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A SELECTIVE MICROFILM EDITION 


PART II 
(1879~1886) 


Thomas E. Jeffrey 
Microfilm Editor and Associate Director 


Paul B. Israel 
Assistant Editor 
Mary Ann Hellrigel Douglas G. Tarr 
David W. Hutchings Robert A. Rosenberg 
Editorial Associates 
Leonard DeGraaf John Deasey 
Joseph P. Sullivan Barbara B. Tomblin 
Alan Stein Jacquelyn Miller 
Karen Kozak Maria Antonakakis 
Student Assistants 
Keith A. Nier 


Assistant Editor 


Reese V. Jenkins 
Director and Editor 


Sponsors 
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey 
National Park Service, Edison National Historic Site 
New Jersey Historical Commission 
Smithsonian Institution 


University Publications of America 
Frederick, Maryland 
1987 


Edison signature used with permission of McGraw-Edlson Company, 

















Thomas A. Edison Papers 
at 
Rutgers, The State University 
endorsed by 


National Historical Publications and Records Commission 
18 June 1981 


Copyright © 1987 by Rutgers, The State University 


Allrights reserved, No part of this publication including any portion ofthe guide and index or ofthe microfilm may 
be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form by any means—graphic, electronic, 
mechanical, or chemical, including photocopying, recording or taping, or information storage and retrieval 
systems—without written permission of Rutgers, The State University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 

The original documents in this edition are from the archive at the Edison National Historic Site at West Orange, 
New Jersey. 





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THOMAS A. EDISON PAPERS 


Reese V. Jenkins 
Director and Editor 


Thomas E. Jeffrey 


Associate Director and Microfilm Editor 


Assistant Editors 

Paul B. Israel 
Robert A. Rosenberg 
Keith A. Nier 
Andrew Butrica 


Assistant to the Director 
Helen Endick 


Leonard DeGraaf 
Alan Stein 
Jacquelyn Miller 


Research Associates 
Douglas G. Tarr 
Mary Ann Hellrigel 
David W. Hutchings 


Secretary 
Grace Kurkowski 


Student Assistants 
Joseph P. Sullivan 
Karen Kozak 
Granville Miller 


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Rutgers, The State University of 
New Jersey 
Edward J. Bloustein 
T. Alexander Pond 
Tilden G., Edelstein 
John Gillis 
New Jersey Historical Commission 
Bernard Bush 
Howard L. Green 


BOARD OF SPONSORS 





National Park Service, Edison 
National Historic Site 
Roy W. Weaver 
Edward J. Pershey 
Smithsonian Institution 
Bernard Finn 
Arthur P. Molella 


EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD 


James Brittain, Georgia Institute of Technology 
Alfred D. Chandler, Jc., Harvard University 
Neil Harris, University of Chicago 
Thomas Parke Hughes, University of Pennsylvania 
Arthur Link, Princeton University 
Nathan Reingold, Smithsonian Institution 
Robert E. Schofield, lowa State University 


CORPORATE ASSOCIATES 


William C. Hittinger (chairman), RCA Corporation 
Edward J. Bloustein, Rutgers, The State University of NJ. 
"Cees Bruynes, North American Philips Corporation 
Paul J. Christiansen, Charles Edison Fund 
Philip F. Dietz, Westinghouse Electric Corporation 
Roland W. Schmitt, General Electric Corporation 
Harold W. Sonn, Public Service Electric and Gas Company 


Morris Tanenbaum, AT&T 




















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FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTORS 


PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS 
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation 
Charles Edison Fund 

The Hyde and Watson Foundation 
Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation 


PUBLIC FOUNDATIONS 
National Science Foundation 
National Endowment for the Humanities 


PRIVATE CORPORATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS 


Alabama Power Company 

Amerada Hess Corporation 

AT&T 

Adlantic Electric 

Association of Edison Illuminating 
Companies 


Battelle Memorial Institute Foundation - 


The Boston Edison Foundation 

Cabot Corporation Foundation 

Carolina Power and Light Company 

Consolidated Edison Company of 
New York, Inc. 

Consumers Power Company 

Corning Glass Works Foundation 

Duke Power Company 

Exxon Corporation 

Florida Power & Light Company 

General Electric Foundation 

Gould Inc, Foundation 

Gulf States Utilities Company 

Idaho Power Company 

International Brotherhood of Electrical 
Workers 

Iowa Power and Light Company 


Mr. and Mrs. Stanley H, Katz 

Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. 

McGraw-Edison Company 

Middle South Services, Inc. 

Minnesota Power 

New Jersey Bell Telephone Company 

New York State Electric & Gas 
Corporation 

North American Philips Corporation 

Philadelphia Electric Company 

Philips International B.V. 

Public Service Electric and Gas 
Company ‘ 

RCA Corporation 

Robert Bosch GmbH 

San Diego Gas & Electric 

Savannah Electric and Power Company 

Schering Plough Foundation 

Texas Utilities Company 

Thomson-Brandt 

Transamerica Delaval Inc. 

Westinghouse Educational Foundation 

Wisconsin Public Service 
Corporation 





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The pages which have been 
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PUBLICATION AND MICROFILM 
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THOMAS A. EDISON PAPERS 


. A SELECTIVE MICROFILM EDITION 
PART II 
(1879-1886) 


REEL 58 


DOCUMENT FILE SERIES (DOC-18) 


D-81-026 through D-381-035 
("Electric Light - Edison Electric Light Company" through 
“Exhibitions - Paris Electrical Exhibition") 








1881. Electric Light - Edison Electric Light Company (D-81-026) 


This folder contains correspondence, reports, essays, and other documents 
relating to the business of the Edison Electric Light Company. Much of the 
correspondence is by Sherburne B. Eaton, vice president and general manager of 
the company; by Calvin Goddard, secretary; and by Grosvenor P. Lowrey, Edison's 
legal advisor. Included also is a memorandum by Edward H. Johnson, entitled 
"Edison electric light stock considered as a speculative holding for the ensuing 
quarter." 


Approximately 60 percent of the documents have been filmed. The following 
categories of documents have not been filmed: routine notices for meetings of the 
board of directors; form letters; bills and receipts. 





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The Edison Electric Light Company, 
65 Fifth Avenue, 


y-New York, April roth 1881. 
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To THe StockHoLpErs oF THe Epison Evecryrc Licur Company: 

The Edison Electric Illuminating Company’ of Néw York (Capital $1,000,000, in shares 
of $100, each) having obtained, from the Common Council of the city of New York the right to lay 
wires in the streets, and proposing to introduce the Edison’ Electric Light into the public buildings 


and private houses of the City, and | to furnish power by meang Of electricity for industrial and _ 


domestic purposes, has authorized $750, 000 of i its Capital Stock to be offered for eabeerpeon at 
par to the Stockholders of the Edison Electric Light Company. . 

Stockholders of the Edison Electric Light Company will be permitted. to subscribe to this 
" stock of the Illuminating Company in the proportion of three shares of the latter for every two of 
the former standing in their names on the books of the Company at the date of closing the same. 
As no subscriptions can be received for fractional parts of a share, stockholders of. the Light 
Company may subscribe for the number of full shares in the Illuminating Company next above or 


next below the fractional amounts to which an exact pro rata distribution would entitle them. 


-Payments will be required on such subscriptions as follows, viz: $5. per share at the time of 


subscription; $20. on allotment; $25, on the first day of June, 1881;.and the remaining $50. per 
share will be called in, on ten days, notice, as fast as money is required, but-not earlier than $25. 
- July 1st, and $25. August tst, 1881. : 

Notiée is hereby given that the transfer books of this Company will be closed for the purpose 
‘of this subscription, on Saturday: the thirtieth day of April, 1881, at 2 o'clock P. M. and_ will 
" remain closed until 10 o'clock A. M. Wednesday the eleventh day of May, 1881. 


Notice of the number of shares of the Mluminating Company’ $ stock to which each stake 


holder of the Light Company is entitled to subscribe, together. with.a blank form of subscription, 
_ will be sent to each stockholder of the Light Company immediately after the closing of the. 


transfer books. 


By order of the Board of Directors. 


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‘The Edison Electric Light Company, 


65 Fifth Avenue. 


New York, April 3oth 1881. 


The. terms of payment on subscriptions to the stock of The Edison Electric Hluminating 





Company of New York, which were set forth in this Company’s circular of the roth, inst, have, by 


an arrangement with the Iluminating: Company, been changed as follows, viz: five dollars per 


share at the time of subscription; ten dollars May 15th; ten dollars on the first day of June: ten | 
_ dollars on the. first day of July; fifteen dollars on the first day of August; and the remaining fifty 


dollars per share to be called in, on ten days notice, as fast as money is required, but not earlier 
than twenty-five dollars September 1st, and twenty-five dollars October 1st, 1881. Interest at the 


rate of six per cent. per‘annum, will be allowed on any instalments paid i in advance of the dates - 


named, 


The stock of this Company standing i in your name, at the cleaite of the transfer books this aes 


day, being Goo shares, you have the privilege of subscribing for 74 FO shares 
or any lesser number in the Illuminating Company.: If-you desire to avail yourself of this privi- 
ege please execute and return to the undersigned the ‘form of subscription herewith enclosed, 


together with your check for $5. per share of your subscription, drawn to the: order of the — 


Treasurer of The Edison Electric Illuminating Company of New York. ° . 

“’Your subscription must be delivered at the office of, this Company before ten “o'dock A. M. 
May Enh at which time the option now ‘given will expire, : 
By order of the Board of Directors. 





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Tho | nevspapors wore of course. eager to. foed this senses 


ti6e as hay would any other: whi gh lent interest to their “ee tines 


Hundiveds of. interviews were nade up in the Bdi torial rooms and. + 
the private sunotuarias of that Great american Institution, the 
“Reporter” having no other basis than a ‘vivid daginateony: - Thus " 

it. calde a9 pass that the general public saw, only a groat consunna- 
, tion. Wide the Professional mind found. st, inueh elained: that” was 
absurd ‘that they refuse to believe anything ‘and sought by: Breen, : 
ment oe Fidioule to prove that’ not apnly had vothing been aceon 
plished put that Ake probien Was aay impossitte cise 
iam Was thereby created balwoon the great body of the so exulled 
: eetontitic profosiaors, especially Shose tumestately enecued in this 
branch | ‘ef seicnti fic works and Mr. Edkeon and his. frionds _antt ae 
lievers the > general, Public. The effect of this was to. Place. tr. 
Edison ine false and embarrassing position, - Well. Imoving how 
ever: that ho had found the true: prinotple™ of adouriph ching tho’ work - 
‘and thus, ultimately Justisying ali that! chad beon so Promatureny 
: claimed for him and confident in his ability to” Perforn an. Tamense | 


“ whount of Labor in Sn dneredibte stor ort. time time, “he gaineayod: nothing - 


: but ‘went earnestly to, work to evolve from aut the ‘chao’ or. the. une 


kao the order and Proportion requisite to put hie ‘tdoos into’ 


‘ practioal shape, No mortal man: ‘can tell: even approximately the, 


: “Lapse, of tame” ‘required to Aecoipt ish a. task oat this. eharaoter’ “Bing, 





the-very, first obstacle. that. arose: nd ght be the, Last or: it might bey: 


Me onl ’ rerunnor of. a host or others, ltr Edison made. the or 


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‘OP, . and has continued to auke it ‘in, alt alltisions to the time . 





whes “hb work: wid he finally rinished, “tn assuming sl tho: aif 
t fioulty ef the amon was the solo ond, dea it surinount od the work 
“was. done Thi error, not of gudgaomt so much as of: a desire, to 


, meld ae wksing dlequietude, of the publte and his friends, is the 


OnLy” one: he dine made, ; Tn the matter of hie wo “ho hed absolutely 
saadde-rionds ~~ Every principle. originally: laid down has been round . 


to bo correct, the means. and mothods. by, whi oh they: have, Been: uti 2 


‘ ized alone have boen Played. “pen: to effect, ‘the gfeatest goumer cial 


. 


havaoney. | 


4A considerablo disappointment, and 3 comsequent Teketion 


“or the. popular. med haa: been. the uaeneren’ factor ain all this and 


now ve ‘find ‘a. | Lak or confidence almost. as universal as the axek - 


. 


oarlier eon fidence and: having even less fotndation for its exist~ 


’ 


; enee. 


Thus, fren: re: Edison piney made a denonstration’ at. 


af ent Park dn Dopanber: 1870 although on a Seale of. comparative Bes 


aged tude. at rela short. of. conviction ond. his demonstration podilet 
ting. or 700° Leip ‘suppliod from one. source ea distributed over 


" aD: ares or one mile aquarey fed: by an aggregate of e aides or ‘un= 


= aorground aires and supphying ald the ‘ght used in the Faotorsoay : 


“stores, dweliings, ‘shops &Ge within the. compass of. ‘this nile, was - 





: oti Loakoa pom 4s ship y a baboratory Experiments Pron this it 


parent that: ‘the: thing must: be ‘pat into practical operation 


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‘On the pronises or the public where all the world could see for 


on 


. thensolvee, The Konto Park, was ‘toréupen prompthy abundoned Hi. 
‘Bdison and his ontire corps of assiatents and workmen coming to 
Now York ‘and imsodiately Anaugurating store to Sevenees his sye~ 
; tom hore on 2 seale which will. absolutely and pe nounon tly aoe 
: gas. ond other artifiota Lights frou a ‘donssly populaged danoeder 


of ‘the tty, one milo square fata Note ‘is rapidly drawing to gone. 


pletion, . a ee dice | 2 


The object or this paper is to ‘plainly state the facts 
in ‘such. i way as to em‘abl 0 the Yreuder to form a Judgment as to 
the peahy apen the. public ind and consequently upon the stock 
of the Rad son companies of ne, final opening up to ‘the public. : 
gaze and ug6 of. this large district - Wiad auch. a complote denon a 
e atiation or: Rdigon? s 5 “gulecoss “eaulga a material rise in the value 
of his. shares? ~ that is to say vhen Rdigson. shall suecossfully ; 
‘oupray done 20,000 Lamps: to. interiors from a single source on such 7 
a tema as, wadle being below the pries of Gane. wil still Pay, hin 
“Tandome dividends will ‘the pipite ‘accept ‘the Problem ‘as solved. 
= and | sock : investment in the Bd gon stocks? 
ey “tatoo es syetan A 
"Bad.son oarty detonainad to foliow a certain course ain te = 


order to the: zooner Teach samplote ereaeee: whieh was has ereut vare 


tye 5 “4 


“tanee with ‘that pursued by other Linvontors, He has,. us. St trans~ , 
"bey ers 2 . 


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~~ Pinas, wisely adherod to > his Line of: “proaedure in spite of strong - 


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5 


apposition ‘fron within atid without his own ined ato associatoss 
, onior smang. the. things. ‘resolved upon: “were the- followingt we 
rirst, That the true. ‘dna onty method of an indefinite. 
subdivision mae distribution of the mL catric Light: was what is kn 


“own as the « Tneandeseont» wrinciple, ALL ‘previous shtempas’ had: 





been made on the “Aro® + principle and all: Such efforts have us’ yot 
‘proven | absolute failunes, , 
Segond, That’ ‘to creat a successful vival, cunnoveially, 
Gas Lighting: on electric system must baie on the s sano scale ‘and as 
simplo and practicubl o, an ull its details, thatvese its supor- 
, vision woul d ontail fatal eosts and ‘annoyariae and Bia ‘in conse- 
-aenae the electricity must’ pe generated ort the: -pranisés of the 
“eonsiner and sont: to. ie throtigh the. atroots as in. tha. case of HAS. 
: This hes been pronouncad impossibre, for the: three ) following Peas- 
ona 3 | | é | ; ‘ | ; oS 
ies * that, a ginal constant: end steady Light requiring ‘only 
. ‘the attontion of ordinary doinagtic sorvants: could not. bo producod 
That ir, such a lamp was ‘Breaucoa:the amount of copp or 


for "upping a vast ‘number of thew from a. -eoniao souree of ‘supply 


forrre a e 


e would: be 30 vast. ‘as se swamp the, enterprize by ‘the tnvestinen't an 
eopp or alone. 
Oe. “tat ‘pirther, any eLeotrical generates or ‘surtieton’ caper 
A city’ to ‘render: auch denoral’ ‘Lighting prasticaple aot tId hot ae suce . 


se ediamaniy operated for the. Yoason: that so ‘graat ‘an “aasout of Meee 


ery ‘ity aantd nat he ‘eéntruiied _ It would he as irresistaple 








as a ‘thunderbolt 


‘ 


All throe ee those inpogsinhiitios have beeone 30 gen~ 
ovaliiy aeveptoa® as “ aetualities that it is searooly wor th FeealLing 
tha: earlier prophesios except, to ‘Allustrato, ‘the inagni tudo of the 
Wor: Bai son. ‘has ‘acotaplished by: ‘thé hogattve avidenoe. they. orren 

; onérd i. That his only Pival ‘in a ‘conmoroial songe woul d 

. bo" the cae interost - “that tn gonsoyienes nis constant alia shoul d 

bo to attain “an! ‘Svery dopairtiaont of his work the highost possible 
seotcind eat ‘ad on’ VE ther ‘than ‘the gveates maxtimu capaci ty, 

As a ‘Pesult of this course ne has fixed as ane atundara 
or light to be dorivea fron ono Lémp’ at 16 candles. (a rund gus= ; 
jot)=imnais it is ‘eapablo of yielding as high as 30.0% 40 ( There 
is. ‘Also! another geod” reason for the adoption of another standard 

than the: ‘Latay 1s Gapablo of, viz, sortnoss, and cas fs) to the eye) 


Tis generator will ordinarily. be ‘drawn upon onky oT about sixty 


a ek 


Snes cont of its aetual. ‘eapucl ty, hecaitso at that point additional 


a 


Produaiton: as only: obtatnod” at higher cost por unit of oubronts 


And ‘80, “on throughout: his: ‘entire’ ‘erat Brorything 3 is sadoudstod | 








ati ‘ite economical ikon rather ‘than from its fut eapacktyy, thus 


3 eniirtng tho Lowest: coat. oF prodietion as y well as a margin for the | 


deans’ of: “Giergened ow. ens a en: ae a eae 
ae “Fourth. = “3 That! ne’ woul d not ‘altow any. Shao ss suas ton \ 
diatrses hig timo, attention and, onorgy: or "that of nbs establish 


; mont from ‘the main Work: in re “In consequence of this he’ has 


Pataca tne oa otic aca aah ae pee ee, ea A wish Hees 7 











| $8 (-04- of 


4 9 


a 


oP to. the present date. absolutely dear thes all proposit ns however ; 


teapting te engage in what wight. be termed “Isel ated lighting 


that is Lighting with anall individual machines, © 16 has resolutely 


refused to. tnauygurata the. Legal! ‘ateps request va. to enforce tha rie 
‘gh ts, granted by his Patents not thetanding that many audacious _ 
infringasents of his patents are boing: nad Oe . 
.The wisdom of this course was at firat disputad | by his : | 

Sh iatea put is new ered rosogni zed singe by virtue of it ho ; : 
hus. doubly ‘fo rtified himself against Sugeessful eompotition. Ris 
systen is al ready 30 compl ete in every detall of Practical ane 

wot eredal importance that were his patents. to ‘ottor hin no BEG. 
"tection whatevor he would still be absolutely aloné in the fold 

of real caupoti tion with gage none other having ‘sO much as conto 

pL ated the work of Electric Lighting on & suffieientty, conpronon= 

sive basis as to render ‘than. worthy of the attention. of the gas 
interest. - It woukd in. fact require yoars ‘for. thes und toaly to y | 
‘Peach the stage. now oscupied ‘bY Eéison, ore Wdeh Sime. he wouk a 


of éourse. he proportionately advanged. Ft is not too much to Say - 


that af. m: eembination or ali. other invontors and their product 


: could be ‘oftestod ‘they would stizn. ‘be unable ‘to der what’ we, Edison . 


ie. “now doing, and this: aside fron all questions ‘of: patents sey 


ee "woul, d alvipl y be physically und quad to tho. task froiy a ‘eck or eon~ 


prehension of the engon tats. This boliar. dg founded upon the 


he knowodye of the obstacles HY. Rateon ‘has ever come tn rendoring 


~ 


the three several efmpossibilities® acocn pla show facts, ‘eat ait ox= 


ee a aeey 





géndus hoe is nd te be overtaken so Long ag. he liveie | This is. 





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woe ro 


“8 
plains why all the 80 so ool hed. Miata ate so unanimous in: Bios 


olatioing what Hr. Edison Was done sinoss sible of ‘ueconpl i shuient, 


Others to, reach the sane end would have to travel over the Bale. 


gt ‘ound and HY, + Feld son, has mede ay Ey point while publishing pat 


st the ends attained to leave no traces of the paths. he has pues 


“sleds and since no cowbination br ageregation of Nedioerity ever 


did or ever can equal in rertility of resource the single pian of 


his dovensination and yi T prove to be ‘the final issue. oBy, po 
Borving secrecy as to the jeans ‘of uecoupli shing the: various: onds 
ur, Edison has rapidly entrench ad hhnsolf in an absoluto monopoly 


without educating othors to the point: of: following hin closely ‘or: 


: anticipating him-in the Patent. “ofthe, ’ This he has peon enabled 


to’ do. by filing his BppeA anki one. ‘for Patents and. allowing thei to” 


remain. unissued in the: Patont OStaae.. to the full porkod. Rove ees 
by. Law: auvene. all: which, sal he: is or gourse: constantly ‘adding to 


or ‘ooonding thei as his experiment may ‘iggoste - Thus’ when ‘thoy. 


finally: ‘desue thoy: are comprehensive and cover” the ground broadly 
and: ‘completely ‘forestall: all ‘eluiins’ of priority. | ‘Wa xe dt.gon, 


to. appear in: court. at. ‘any occa prior te the Lssuo, &f his final 


EEeeure: he would be compélle d. ‘to show his: hind fully. This” wouka: 


bo 8. en eat: “disadvantage as there is no “edutgatur, in seiontific work © 


equal to. a Legal contest over an | inventions ‘Byery detail is’ ox- 


» 


pounded. with such el carness.. aS, to 8 be easily comp Fekended and. nate. 


¥ 


urally neeones full of Steeeatics ta investigators. Whon ur. Edison 








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an ; 
‘does enter ‘the courts it wilt be ‘te ehow an invulnorability never ; 
; bere ro attained “Wwhera so inuny ov so yeluabk events wera: ‘concerned 
No invention of any: age has een, ‘30 systeuativcally or 80 heey 
‘oughly protected by & close sup “and application of the patent: Las 
as hes this of ir, Edison? Se | 

! 
, ite hes Woven, ‘& Web so ‘coupact that’ yore Lt to be PORES, , 
atea in a hundred Places it would still ‘be: an offedtive dapenues 
The controlling geaturos are already, soured, so that ary Edison . 
alone ean oporate 8 gdtciral ‘syste “others ‘even at ‘the: utmost 
cun. vonly ito “petty work in en isolated “aye 
‘othe: Bdison : MEE en ra naES: os 
, The. & Baigon Company aro now: engaged in: ‘preparing their, 
# Ist. district in New ‘York aity. . Tt is comprised wi: thin the ror es 
owing boundardos-Wall ‘Stee “south spruce § ste “orth, Wassau Ste Yost. 
end ‘tho, Bast River, Rast and jas within its borders. ‘1500 Gus Gens : 
+ 


mers, Yaing upwards: of: 5 1000 gas. etsy ‘each’ and every: ono ‘of 


wht, it is ‘ropo ed. te. pupae ‘wkth® ‘an. ‘eledtrie jet, or: Lape: 





1100 of ‘these gas, ‘eunsiitiors have ‘allready, stgiod contracts, for. the _ 





‘tatson Light and “wad require: frou 18 16° 17000: leaps Their pro=. 
i mises have already ‘paen. avirea® ‘for these. dann, and they only avait 
the dettvery, of the’ ‘electricity, at. thodr doors. : “thks is. te bo. 

‘offected as, follows. ea 1a 
7 mie system. 2 : 


The plan.is to establish a central station o Yr sourge-.o'f 








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: 3 i a ot ne. 


| ‘supely fittod up: with, tho’ Poaquisite vlodtrical, eenciators and. “dise 
“tri buto the Olectricity theretron thie ugh conduetor’s enduaed in PS i os 


' fron PLpe-s and Laid ‘underground to gach and every consumer within | 


‘ { ; 
the. dostrict, - These conductors W121 bo tapped by. servico conduet 
Ors: at each NGuBD: ‘und tha clectrics ty delivered’ Mheoush an Bleetri- 
cal Nater, pro eelaaty. as: ‘din the! ease’ of "gase “6 ‘etKor eT ee wil : 


bo on the Consumer 8 pre sees than the aot or and the Tampa 


ue sting Gas Fixtures are being, witli zed: for. supporting 
‘the: cece lamps, without intérrering with the use ofthe. Bud. or 
dotructing fron the ornamental charagter of the SR EUR Ce Thus the 
consumer will have either gas or el astrigity betuoen which he can . 


is8ke his own comparisons: aS to, bony, quality teste, or he. may use 


both: “ust. “ona ideas the. same tines’ _Bepseial care hag’ been: takon te’ 
‘provide for this: in order that the: edimparison whieh Ma, Edison cours ; 


‘may: bo: made by’ ‘the public tensa ves. The: sonsun ar ‘Bya for ‘the: , 


wiring sand ror the fixtures: ‘attachnonts Hist as he does for gas 


, Pipe rixturos, ‘but the tau. ‘aro. supplied feo or ‘coats “thoy cost 
80" litte. end they Last ‘30 ‘Long. that it hab’ een “aealded’ to: “charge 
thay, ap “to: the cost ‘or produging the oleotriatty, whieh can: be ‘dotie . 


. vand the Light be sold stan. for: ‘Leas than ase “the: sonsumd? there" 


“ 


me fore pays” s@' 1uch” por thousand” for nis gate he reiount ho uses 


. boing. recorded by. the moter, 


oe 


: me - es ’ Present Condition or ‘the Works 


“Tho. ‘orntrai stdtion 








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1 


Two UAT ShnES Nos,» Ee ae ‘Paarl § Bhs have beor Sacred and tho 


Work of et thing: thea for the recep tion. of the inuehinery is woll, 


* Un dens Wayy Tt is pully oxpoctog they will be neady for LE a 


by Novena er Necemb er of this year, 
“the ‘Central Station vane wilt consist of Rion: 12. stean 


dYnaino ta: wohines of 125 horse power each, with “ainbie boiler capacity 
| ; : 


“for producing the ‘stoi. “There wild be dovieos fo r Fegulating 


an 


the 8 cLoctrical: DECHSHY @ for the entire district and means and 


tiothods canlayed fot an abaghure  gitarantea of the roviubili ty. of 


-f 


-the Tight. at all hen 


No reseryoir is reqay sd. in the Fdison eyeten, All his 
ongines are panpings so to speak, electricity into: ‘one general a 


condi otorethus it it should happen that one or even “two of then , 


: shavttld, ‘fail, at wound only mean. A. alight fant of. pressure and. by a 


sno ‘pos sibility a totar or even 2 ‘material int orruption Of the 


ra 
fs 


ight in uny part of ‘ine district, The Rottans ang stoan engines 


‘for this station have boon contracted for. and are: doliverable Oct. 


’, 


“ist. to 15th. 1 They are all. reported ahoad of time, The el cetriout 








i “generators: ‘are boing Manttfucthrod oy i Raison at ae EDIsoW Mace 





me vorKs, These works 296 coerek st. rae (ota ‘Aetna Tron Works) 


a have. boon’ ehttea up at a | cost or $200, 000, by wre Ragen personally 


“ ” 


ey th @. aeuh ee Purpose of constructing the Steam nynema Machines, 7 


hey wild when conploted have a , capacity or e machines per Wook, 


that a $0, say, half of a Central ‘Station, “At ‘present th ey “have | : 
pitt. agoile: one ‘fourth of ‘this: ginadiey: 


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arses ska iciodics e 


wt iat aed 58 


oniing and a dynamo el sctrical: Ha chine both mounted on one bed 


Ni Se LH ia a natin 


(2a l+oG-/s" 


Pa ae rw 
2 EN ae 


@ fold the Largest cleetrieal: 


cae <: ee 2 


hese. machines.ave thr 


machinos: in the World, They eon ist of. one. 125 horso ower steouna 


plate. and ‘aearod to a common’ shart, sO. ee there is” ne Loss by 
“belting. "Ho belts will ‘therefore be used . ith the Edison syatan, 

| “the engines are built by portor, Southwark Tron Works, Phila. * 
and are What aro Knew, as High spaod Bhginos weking 350. revolutions ‘ 
por minute, “The whole machine occupies 2 spaco of about. 10 ‘foot | 
gatare und weighs upward of > tonss . gy hy 

One. of those. lachinos hus ydon shipped to Paris al oxhiba= 

tion at the Pleotrieal “Exposition and will, ie ola bo used for 
lighting the rand op. ara House which ns been rewuostod or dere Uai- aac 
son, By tha coverninnt. “mother is: no w ‘roeoiving the finel ‘finish 


for’ apace to. Hendon whore. the wri tor tukog it with a. full auteit 


oF all. the. peatures: ot. the system for, ana: purpose of ‘eatablishing 


the , system dry. Puglends 


‘Tho exp ort ental thal: of these > huge machines has a sn08- 


strated that. there practical working te no ‘Longer: problanatical. ay; 


: These for the Now: York al strict are now, being vapiaiy pushed, ao 


completion and. wild ‘he. voady by the time the structure. is “roady’ 
to receive ‘thom. fe : Pe oe 
“The: ‘Undo ground condustors.” 


The manitfactire: of. ‘thane. *tubos®, ig being. prosecuted 


rapiaay at the Shops of ‘the Re di'son Tube Works G5. Washington ets Ne 2 








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soar oa i ; mh ; a: ed 


ee | 
saney will be Yoady: dn ‘ople tine! and iLL be’ Laid at the . rate of 
ona. rondo. per dey: . The WoT af Laying: the wit shoy ty borsim ; 
these conductors consist of two half round copper “pods ‘opt apart 
By: insula ting Was hors, tho whole then slipped into a ~Urodane: iron: at | 
pipe and tho intorsticos rind with en insulating compound or 
NY, Bai son! s invention. in ate corm which afterwards congealing 
1 eaves ths whole @ sulid nass” capable of being bent and twistod . 
; “without injury to the copper or tho insulation, 


a et ers, 


the work of naniifacturing the meters though nee in so fore- 


ward & “state as that of the panes pRonehos is still progres sing 


pee 


satisfactorily, Thay wi ae Foudy ere the station 1g in myCne 


y ‘ution. 

, Fixtures hs 

“These are botni made of, every. concakvabl ‘style amd pattorn 
both electrical in their. ontiraty: and partially elvetrical’ and 

: partially. ges. “Also ‘Annumeraplo forms of: Attachments vhorewith to : 


: afte the Lemp. to oxisting ees fixtures 80 43° to. obviate the one 


Se ee 


os 


a) “pene, to: the, consumar of new Tixtures. ‘ Wessrs Rergnann & Hoe 108 
Mog ster st. Ne Vehava the: exclusiva kiantifae ture oF applianeis for ty 
: “department and they. have a Largs: establish ot aiploying 106 Skil~ 


: Led fnechanios and have. already a large stoak ¢ of goods: on hand. to, 


Rn, 


moot the ‘denad which win: be: -oreatod by. the: opening of: the district 


station, . Be Sites he 











“a othe: chéios: found: by ire Tdd'son 7 


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ag the ann “9g a ; ; ‘ i Sy Bs 


14, 


‘The Pdigon Eloetrig Lamp Co, at isle Park, Me Jp. and at Fast lowe 


ark, if ‘have: beon in- operation for .oyer a year and herein stock 


muny tines io re Lanps_ thon will fo rouired by ‘the firet district. 
“Phe yin factory. at East. Newark Cie boing fitted up to give it & 


supseh yy of 50,090 Laaps por dafe - 


wire te 
“The rimning of the wires frou the Meter to gach ‘and overy 
burner of laap to be used by the 1100 subseri burs, of the ist. dis~ 
trict | boing a matter yeaneine B considerable amount of Hae the - 
work Was hoyun Sore four nonths since and Bony Progocttod bY an | 


gang of +90 w?iPe-nen under eainitene supervision: is now pra otieally 


_ cumplete. ar Go ts A oy 


« 


Thus it.is scon that aul ranches of this ee ind ertuk~ 


° ing are rapialy upprouching éanplotions: tho Sentral Sta aa pant 


the. ‘streot, conductors, ne House Appliances and ‘the eunpid aro one 


and al practically: receiving ‘their final’ ‘eouchios’ and ne dong | 


abajo’ of: éxperimental iiork” by Wiehe they’ have! boon ‘evolved froin’ 


av 





“Byery dotai has ‘now: 





sudeossful1y- “Ban the: gonut of ‘detuial trial une: aiteeoss: final. ‘ends 


overt olaing is “as -eortain: as tommorrow's Sun. “true thore: mady ‘be. 
_ sana minor hitehas incidental to. the firat starting of. 80! “vast a, 


“plenty, brit as every. sinyle catiponent of that: ‘plant has - ‘baon teatod 


. thoroughly Wi th spoci al Feforende to tho sone “Lt. is withinat oly 


dostined to: do thore can pe. no’ serious: rad (ibaa ov oven. pies 

















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7. i a> wt = a, ; i aes: 


15°. 


The public is to day in ignorance of ‘the facts above 
ieven and “ds tharefora net aware of the real value or. the Raison 


BLoctrie ‘Light Stuck, The: awak miny will @ 138 ere another GO or 


20 days have passed. | The timo 4G: buy is the prosonty, 


: Mr, Edi con has Sho in isk oy confidence by the. paves risa, of 


éyery ater of his capital and his current rovenue dorived: fron 


Toa 


other sourges in hts various Works, | He has ovor 100,006 eush 
in the ham Hanufacturing Co. and $200, 0600 cash An the Machine Work s- : 


besides small or anoun ts in ne Tube Works and other enterprises 


connocted with the on terprize, 


Sa 
The cost of tho installation. of ‘the district in New York is 


borne, by The, Raison BL eotric: Tlunthating Go, of Now York a nagsh 


organization have ng ne ‘eonnsetiga With: the Edi gen Bleetric tdgnt ; 


Ere the Patent company, excopt that the otiter Andivsduan stod- 


holders. in the’ “tHo. companies are ‘the Salley, 4 The Raison Eloctric : 
, my 7 


Taght, PORE New. NONI, the parent Oey is the’ ‘owner of all the Pat = 


ents” fo® the, U.S Se sand Genadas: Its ‘tinetion is to develop, the Apps : 





“eras: and thes, simply: to Leense oe ‘organizations throughout 


‘the country to use the ange Tts output haa all been ‘madenhaice- ie 


4 


forth its only, expendi tures wil be: sua) as are involved dn dofond- 


Ang its. patonts, and: maintaining its existance, Ths capital, stodk 


. ‘aonststs: of 4800 shares, $100" each $480, 000. a This: is. tho total. 


; present capitalization of an electric, Lighting ‘s¥st ow and ia’ now a 


foMmidable- rival to the $30, 000,000: investad in das, the stodt is 











128i Y=) Ss 


. ‘Re 
er ae 


as. 


now pelling at sine aad sharoy. that is 4500° sharos~$4,400, one 
i a ee . " Betiuated valuation, 
| “the ware upon which we nowt have appideations for all the 
cities in: the ee Ss and’ Canada where das is used.is 25 por cent nore 
: al ty: bel asaundng that’ the bus So is $o00, a00. 4000, « Shis would 
wee ‘the Bal son ototk Worth: a tal ai per share, Now as “thee is 


probably no. a ‘single ae LS plant, in. the eauntry but which would: 


prouptty pay 10 ypor Gad ty ‘onabie it to control the syston te 


pYevyent - canpetition or Ee secure “the profits to thaasel vos. ; we will 
tO . ‘ 


assuie that a rayalty ‘or only. 10 per dent of the gas inves tiaent ts 


obtatnuds This nace: the Edison Stuck wer th gC, 250 - Ags shar Be y 


5 a ms. ; ‘ ; Pe 
But’ this is not the only. field The Tsolated | hissinos's, Hare 


ane Yactories, Railroads Be ‘ta. win” ‘prove an ‘immense ‘soured’ ae ‘Prem 
venuee se: v ce 43 aoe ae os ae hath 


: me put auida fram all: these ob ain -deduotions there is this ioper’ 


“ant. one for us to racognize ‘tn view of. the lxprioss ‘purpose of this 







papery viz y to consider the Patson Sto ak woraly. as ‘a spoel sig 


ono for the ensuing 3 ar he nonths. 





ae ouput ty of the Public ‘by 7 a were asaértion of. what no proposed to : 


dO, “How if ‘how what he has done ‘toward their Peultzation, sad that: . 


the puniie: are ‘in’ me dar 


ke ‘as to: the noarnges of ‘the. Final issue 


' oe as. . WoL. as sof its ‘eouaplotoness, fe The. testion as: Sina wala be ee 


orfect, “upon his. stock “who “the: newspupers: ‘announge the sucgossful 


” 


opening up er ‘the New: ‘York district: wi ath bts thous 


ands » r ight ts 


ea 


* ot 
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Oe eee ener Me et ete neo nem Cone all tte A oe chaieeces! 


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we to: stay oF ee : Sie ee = ig Ue eng ; 


ae it rose. a8. at aa to. $2000 par share on ‘his pronisa wh: at ; | 


wi in g0, to. on, dade: the fuLritient of that. Broiiser *, othis work: 


7 vil rank with: fie! ereation. of: the Telograbh, ; ‘tio Steam tieine, or. 
the Printing Prosi, und. would haye -ta ekon the. saine numb ar or yours 


fe Pe "rect at ‘put: for. tho: stood brain, untiring enorgs, ae vast , \ 














“resiures cof the greatest agen rT “or this: ‘or any othr ag | 





iL nivay bettered to be Pi fallure’ 




















THE - EIDSON  ELEoTRIC LiaHT COW. 
(65 FIFTH AVENUE,’ ; a 


ce _ New York, Oct, rst, 1881. 
"Dear Sic: . 

a We bee to request that, hereatter you will execute no 

orders for account of this Company either for labor or material, ex- 


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cept upon requisticn, bearing ‘the written approval of the Vice 





President ‘or. Secretary.’ From and” after this’ eat no bills. will be. 
paid except for work done or material finished | in pursuance of such 
requisitions. 

All deliveries of goods must be accompanied py invoices in 


— with. the = requisition attached thereto, except. where coat 








The Edison Electric Light Company, 
65 Fifth Avenue, | 


New York... Ceteban G... 188 ¢ 


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bew givew, Stat #2 Aorecefter. pug orl ahollte 
tKtceleed Yow account of Hees Oomfranny. either 
gfow heabore ore material Cneeph eefvorsreegustrcrds 
Ceanring the ms affrvrval of thn Vern 
Veesectrrt oO Socrt 
a ees cull Hr dorefore, 
| TT ae all regucsitvcers 10 th wecretearri 
aaily. as fores frcwaitle before 42 0 clot. now, 
CHtccnpanwth by Co Wemntenelum Uhereofs ov 
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THE EDISON ELECTRIC LichT co., : 
65 FIFTH AVENUE. 


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- New vr, Aterlew D1 88 v) 


Dear Sirs... 


eZ _ Lita ache eda meeting g 






a of di Boro ce Directors of ne “Edison Electric Light Co., will 3 


| es held at the office sop “0 hMarecaa or. sae . 
on Llactate an Le. Qe. ey e ena ae 


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: THE EDISON ELECTRIC LIGHT CO., 
é 65 FIFTH AVENUE, , 


8 


Thomas A. Edison, Esq. 


Dear S ri-- 
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i 7B F . Ady ns sheet eta oy a EAS 


; 4 ue I take pleasure in. notifying 
“you: of your election as Trustee of this Company at the 
” annual meeting of stockholders held this day. 
The Board will meet for organization and such other 
business as may come before it on Thursday 27th inst. at 


1 i! i ne a - LOE: . vt 
3.15 P.M. at the office of Messrs Drexel, Morgan & Co. 


, 





Secretary. 























THE EDISON ELECTRIC LIGHT Co., 
65 FIFTH AVENUE, 


New Yorkyu (bd Pere L2G 188 


a Zi 
alo the, re Co wrt Conte tet OYG arr_eze 
“~ . 
Orly a feew mrementld caret es Catlect murky 
fer She fuorfrore of claching Yfrcors aver av 


torertive Oonrirrttlew 


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* A conference of ‘Messrs Edigony Goddard, Glarke, Moore 
cand myself is. hereby’ announiced the- same to. take Place in my room: 
-tomorrow, ‘Thursday, norning at: “eleven od clogk to Gteaues the sub~ 
Jeet of eurrent expenses and to. consider whether any deduetion 


or’ saving, catr ee hans? be mad @o «  pértieular athention will be | 


SBE Oy to ie. subject of: enployees with a view ‘of péiiedng their 


SN 


LRSDAAKH 


p- and. salaries if Possible. 


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fpmyer Othel6ple / + per MeG ON 


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a “‘Tmerease the ‘sane capital , 

_ ‘from $480,000 to $600,000. het e ach stockholder Ta ve his in- 

. : crease. at par. To yourself the company will give You | all tle cme: : 
\i "you may desire within which to make. your ‘payingsts on: your share. 7 
| 5 Ae! the increase. Thy suggest “that “you Leave your share: ‘of the 


increase in the tréagury of ‘the company to be withdrawn by you se . 


: either in 1 whole or. an. part at any. time you please upon Y paying for | 


ae ‘the same. at par with six Der cent interest. Tr you should not a 





withdraw the same before’ ‘the coinpany shalt ake the cash Bay=} a ne 


ment to you" pursuant, to ‘theik contract with you. of January’ “abet 


‘the. amount” owing by ‘You ‘bhala be deducted ‘trom ‘such payment. 


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|" ‘THE EDISON ELEOTRIC LIGHT CO., 
65 FIFTH AVENUE. Vis 


New Yorke, LOOM Bn EBS ¢ 
Dear Sir: gh 7 ast | | 
csegibthtigani eens 6 Ummm ey, 
of the Board of Directors of the Bdison eae Light Co., will 3 
berheld at the office Sanh Mangus Co yo - 6 Te ee 
on Srvc id Ce ne day of vo... a : 





THE EDISON ELECTRIC LIGHT Co., 
05 FIFTH AVENUE, 





188} at AQ. "LOCI... Me 


; By order 
GY oeteloweck 
7 ; Secretary. 


The poroposiow ser Weed 2 
| of Copterat Seok Rekafres 
— vtbeunseod Wh botnets ache 
re ee 


New York, Nov A8 188 4 


Dear Sir: 





aichigowadrs M.....masing 
of the Board of Directors of the Edison Electric Light Co., will 


be held at the office op DrteyehicMrcrpeana Co... 


on SMoewa. 





tO in Dah. day of... e.y.eanndasete 








188 "at. 4 ehd..0 £10 Ke nndM 
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THE EDISON ELECTRIC LIGHT CO., 
65 FIFTH AVENUE, 


Dear Sir: . 


o the Bouwrd of Directors of the Bdison: Hlectri: oe will 
be held at the office ome did So... 


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REESE IRL EAE ET HON ESOP ENE 





1881. Electric Light - Edison Electric Light Company of Europe, Ltd. - General (D-81-027) 


This folder contains correspondence, agreements, lists of stockholders, and 
other documents relating to the business of the Edison Electric Light Company of 
Europe, Ltd. Related material can be found in D-81-032 (Electric Light - Foreign - 
Europe) and D-81-035 (Exhibitions ~ Paris Electrical Exhibition), 


Approximately 90 percent of the documents have been filmed. The following 
categories of documents have not been filmed: routine notices for meetings of the 
board of directors; duplicate copies of selected documents, 








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Bare ‘Brd- 801., oe 2. 
this: letter relates to busin ose strictly, of 
the Electric Light Company of Europe, but of write: it to you, ‘Sen 
cause. T think in that wag, it will secure ‘attention. 

: T have haa in hand ,80me ‘time, assignments to 
be made by you to the Light Company of wikopey aud among theni 
T come to the patents of Prends Rr. Serrell tells me that nO 


assignment can be validly made until aft ear all the taxes due on 


the patents nate beet paid There are eight pat ents to be paid 
for, and the amount bs Twenty-four hundred Dollars. Mr. Serrell 
says “boaday iba letter to, me, liners is’ to way of evolding ‘the 
“payment of these taxes, previous be maktug the transfer. * 

| Mr Fabbri spoke to me the other day about some 
proposition that was pendants, for a purchase by him of a sartain. 
interest in your European Company’ s stock r told him that the. 
stock was good for nothing at Prepent, for the simple reason that 


<pue Compassy bad. no capital. a T guppose if you wish to carry out 


any such plait biiuas Mr, Fabbri, gr do éoything else wea the Burd 


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‘pean eopbeny nae 3 you wa aokirh: to. have, thie, dasiennonte made 
and « the’ dptenedts at ‘Rao, bai thy ‘and: Bgoker qurned ie tf 
he Sempeny aahen itpese phangs aba, Ir would Like to be spatnyee~ 





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THIS INDENTURE made the first day of April in the'year 





‘one thousand eight hundred and eighty one, by: and between_THOMAS_ 


A. EDISON, of Menlo Park in the State of New Jersey, THEODORE 


PUSKAS and JOSHUA I. BAILEY, both now or late of 45 Avenue de 








” 





‘seven undivided sixtieths in Puskas and three undivided sixtieths 


‘Tn Bailey. 


1” opera, Paris, France, and ,J AMES H. BANKER, of the Gity-of New 


York, parties of,the first part, and THE EDISON ELECTRIG LIGHT 


COMPANY OF EUROPE, LIMITED, a corporation organized under the laws 


of the State of New York and having its principal place of business 


in the Gity of New York, party of the second part ~—________, 


i 


WITNESS ETH: 


FIRS? :-——_—____________—SHER®AS by an apreement made May 


2nd 1879, by and between the said edison; Puskas and Bailey, par- 
ties of the first part thereto, and the said Banker, of ths City 
of New York, party of the second part thereto,—to which instrument 
referenc? is hereby made for particulars ana certainty - it was 
recited and declared that said parties of the first part se ede 
ively owned or were entitled to acyuire and control the exclusive 
use in Belgium, Austria, France, Pererhs Germany, Hees; Italy 
and Spain, of certain then existing. and future inventions of Ed- 
Asn in or relating to the developmont of “electric currents and 
the application of electricity to, the uses of lighting, power and 
heating; and then owned or might thereafter acquire other letters 
patent of said ‘Countries or some of them for said inventions, in 


the proportion of thirty undivided sixtieths in ‘Edison, ree hy 














“” 


ook, 
CoA 


2 
SECOND: | AND WHEREAS in virtue of provisions of said agree~ 
—_—_ 

ment the said Bunker has heretofore become entitled to the inter- 
est therein provided to be sold, assigned and secured to him by 
the other parties,. so that the respective undivided interests of ies 
‘the four partias of the first part hereto in the inventions and 
Patents above referred to are now as follows: Edison, thirty; 


Puskas, seventeen; Banker, ten; and Bailey, three——tmHsss—="n 


er ee ee 
a 
THIRD: AND WHEREAS it was further provided by said agreo- : 


ment that upon such re-apportionment and vesting of interests in 
the respective proportions last named, the said several parties 
should form such corporation under the laws of the State of New 
York as is therein provided and should sell, assign and convey 
to it their said respective interests in ths said inventions and 


patents as they should stand after such assignment to Banker as is 


[ovementemnsesscnesgeeee OY 
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therein provided 


v 


FOURTH: AND; WHEREAS no severance or assignmant of said pro- i 


a 





portionate interests in dish Nes tege Patent or inventions other 

than that made by seid agreement has been. made either by or be- 

tween said Edison, Puskas and Railey, or by said’ parties to said 

Banker; but all said parties hereby declare and. agree that their 
interests are the several proportions last above recited, und 
whereas all letters patent covered by said agreemente hitherto 
_—_———— : : 


Rranted have been issued in the name of and to the said Edison, and 


he has-executed or is about to execute assignments of the’ whole 

















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and undivided right, title and interest in all such letters; patent 
to the proposed corporation direct, with the coneurrence and ap~ 
proval of the said Puskas, Ranker and Bailey. 

Rennes 

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FIFTH: AND WHEREAS such corporation has been formed by 





the name of The Edison Electric Light Gompany of Europe, Limited, 





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hereinafter designated the Company,x——_______9@»»J»_ = 








SIXTH: NOW; for the purpose of executing the said agree- 
ment of May 2nd. 1879, in consideration of the premises and of 
one dollar and other valuable considerations to euch of us paid 
by each of the other wantees to this instrument and receipt wher s- 
of hereby by all of suid parties is acknowledged, We, the said 
Thomas A. Edison, Theodore Puskas, James H. Banker and Joshus I, 
Bailey, do hereby jointly and severally sell, Brant, assign and 
convey to “The Edison Electric Light Company of Gurope, Limited” 
(i) Our respective undivided interests aforesaid, to wit: Edison, 
thirty sixtieths (39% 0); Puskag, seventeen sixtieths A%o): Bank- 
er, ten sixtieths (296 5): and Bailey, three sixtieths (365); and 
all the right, title, interest and benefit of us and each of us 
in and to all existing inventions of said Edison in or relating 
to means for the development of sisettic currents and the appli- 
cation of electricity to, the uses of lighting, power and heating 
in and for the following countries of Europe, to wit: Relgium, 


Austria, Franee, Denmark, Germany, Russia, Italy and Spain; amd 





in, to and under all letters patent of all or any of said coun- 


tries which may have been already or may hereafter be granted, and 


yer, res yh pete 
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especially all such letters patent as are referred to in the Sechea- 
ule A, hereto annexed and hereby made part hereof; (2) And also 
in and to all future inventions of Edison of the character above 
described which he may make within five years from said May dnd. 
1879, in and for the sume countries; and in all letters patent of 
all or any of the same countries which May be granted therefor; 
(3) And all use, benefit and enjoyment of every nature of all saic 
inventions and letters patent in and for said countries and each of 
them and in ull additions to or improvements of all anu any of the 
existing and future inventions of the character described in the 
first article hereof, which we or either of us may hereafter ac— 
quire; (4) together with the riphts, titles and interests of all 
and each of us, in all the inventions, letters patent and other 
property which are the subject of said agreement of May 2nd. 1879; 
and all claim and demand of every nature of either of us against 
either of the others under said agreement in respect to sueh in- 


ventions, letters patent and other property last TELTC Comm 


SEVENTH: It is understood. and agreed however that nothing 
in this instrument contained applies to or is intended to apply 

to any money or other thing whatsoever which either of us, the said 
Edison, Puskas, Bailey and Banker, has agreed and is now bound to - 
pay or deliver to either of the others us or on acconnt of the 
price or goneineradton to be paid for our respective interests in 
such inventions, letters patent or other property; but such agree 


ments and every of them remain in full force and effect, in no 


wise affecteu hereby. ee 














pen ce 


py, 








5 
RIGHTH: For the same considerations aforoesaid and in con 


sideration especially of one dollar to each of us paid by the said 
Company, party of the second part herto, ana by the said Edison, 


We, the said Puskas, Banker and Railey do hereby respectively up- 


prove and ratify the aforesaid assignments by Edison to the Com ' 
Pre hE aah AR sh eae 


pany of the letters. patent referred to in Schedule A. and do hera- 


‘ 


by severelly sell, grant, assign and confirm to said Company all 
a a ee i 
the title and interest granted to it by said several assignments, 


and our respective interysts therein; und do severally release and 
Nha shoal earad re 


discharge the said Edison from all obligation to sell, grant, as- 


Sign or convey to us or either -of us any unuividad or other intar- 


ast in saia lettyrs patent or eithet of them, ‘or otherwise than 
: \. : 


is herein provided, 


NINTH: For the same considerations aforesaia ana in con- 
pa eet LSA ee ee eee ee ee 


sideration of one dollar to ma. paid by. sach.sof. the other parties 


to this dnstrument and receipt of all which considerations is har - 


i 
4 ry wee * 


by acknowledgea, I, James H. Banker, do hereby, releases and dis~ 








eharge the said Evison, Puskas and Bailey and each of’ them from 





all obligation to sell, grant, assign or convey to me the undivi- 


ded interest of ten sixtieths in tha inventions and letters patent 


stipulated in said agreement of May end. 1879 to be secured to mo 
by: th a ns re 


eee 
—_—————— 


TENTH: For the same considerations aforesaid, I, the said 
TT a vse 


Edison, at the request and with the consent of the other parties 


hereto, and in further consideration of one dollar to me puid by 


each of them befora the execution and delivery hereof, and receipt 


of which is hereby acknowledged, do hereby covenant and agree 
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6 
with said other parties hereto respectively that I will, for tho 
benefit and on account of the Edison Electric Light Company of 
Europe, Limited, make applications in dune form end promptly, from 
time to time as the inventions are made, for letters patent of all 
the countries of. Europe herein named for all existing or future 
inventions of the Sharaerer, and mata within tho nation of five - 
years from May 2nd 1879, or otherwise described in or covered by 


the agreement of that date or intended so to be; and shall and wil} 


from time to time as such letters patent are pranted, promptly 


assipn the same to the said Company, and make, furnish, sign and 


execute in reynired form and deliver to the Company or to its dn- 
ly designated attorney for that purpose, all such applications, 


specifications, drawings, powers of attorney and other writings 


and all instruments of assignment and conveyance as may be necss— 


sary to secure to the Company the full use, enjoyment and benefit 
of, and the whole right, title and interest in, all such inventions 


and letters patent aforesaid in and for all said countries of 


Evrope. ——A-__ eee 





TS 


ELEVENTH: - For the same considerations aforesaid and in con- 





sideration of one dollar to each of us paid before the execution ..a 
and delivery hereof, and receipt whereof we severally acknowledge, 
We, the parties of the first part, do hereby severally covenant 


and agree with the Company, party of the'second part, that wo sev- 





erally will do all such other acts and will make, execute and 
deliver to said Company all’ such further or other instruments, as 


may be necessary for fully securing to it all the rights, titles 








“TWELFTH: 








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and interests hereby assigned and conveyed, or intended so to.be, 

and all our Heapective several and individual interests in all tho 
inventions and letters patent, present or future, which are the 


subject of this instrument.—— 





It is mutually agreed that the agreements and cov— 
enants of the several parties hereto shall severally bind and en- 
ure to the benefit respectively of themselves and of the executors, 


administrators. and assigns of the individuals, and of the success~ 





ors and assigns of the corporation, who are parties hereto 








EIN _ WITNESS WHEREOF the several parties of the first 


ee have hereto set their hands and seals, and the party of the 
second part has caused its sonsoraie seal to be hereto affixed 
a its corporate name to we Bunderibenty the hand of its Pres- 
ident the day and year first above written. 


Edison Electric. Light Co. of Enrope (Limit ed) 


(I. S. ) 42 ” Thos. A. eal eur 
: a President. 
Attest W. S. Perry <: Mthoniaa “Alva: Batednis?! © “"gea) 
S géerebaryi nO Theo.” Puskas Bias (agda) 
pro tam 2 by Ee W. Saportas 


his Atty in fact. 
J. F. Bailey. (seal) 


James H. Banker! (seal) 

















State of New York ; a 


Gity @ County of New York ss: | On the fourth day of April 
A.D. 181, before me personally came Thomas Alva Edison, Joshua 


F, Bailey and James H. Ranker, to me known and known to me to be 


‘ 


eseribed in“and‘whd ékecuted the “foregoing in- ae a 
strument and they then severally ‘acknowledged to me that they ex- 
ecuted the same and for the uses and purposes therein mentioned. 

And on the same duy before me personally came Edouard W, 

Saportas, known to me to be the attorney in fact of Theodore Puskas 
and known to me to be the individual described in and who as sich 
attorney executed the foregoing instrument, gains then seenowiedae 
ed to me that he executed the same ag the act and deed of Theodore 
Puskas, therein described, and for the uses and purposes therein 
pateudaed, by virtue of-a power of ueeoeney duly executed by the 
said Tatars Puskas, bearing date the twenty second day of Oct- 

‘ober in the year 1880. 

In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and 
(L. 8. )- affixed iy NOvavueic ened” vide PiCenpaycoaGleyac 
_ ge. 
© Richardonioo! priene, 1 


Notary Public, Kings Co. 


(Gert. filed in N.Y. Co.) 

















SER ENT 





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State of New York 
‘Gity & County of New York sst 
On the fifth day of May A.D.1881, before me personally 
came Thomas Alva Edison and William Ss. Perry to me known and known 
vey, to.mo.to-bé-respectively: ‘the (persons deséribed in and’ who éxécuted © 
the for egoing instrument as the President and Secretary pro tempore 
of The Edison Electric Light Company of Europe, Limited, the cor- 
poration described in and in whose behalf the same instrument was 
by them executed, and they severally acknowledged to me that they 
executed the same as the free act and deed of said Company for the 
uses and purposes therein mentioned; and thereupon the said Thom- 
as Alva Edison, being by me duly sworn, said that he resided in 
Menlo Park in the State of New Jersey; that he was the President 
of the said The Edison Plectric Light Company of Furope, Limited; 
and that he signed aie name of the aaa The Edison Electric Light 
Company of Europe Limited, and his own name as President thereof 
to the foregoing instrument, by order of the Board of Directors of 
said Company; and the said William S. Perry, being by me duly 
sworn, said that he resided in the. Gity of New York; that he was 
Secretary pro tempore of the said The Edison Electric Light dompany 
of Burope, Limited; that he knew the corporat ®.seal of said Com- 
pany; that the seal affixed to the foregoing instrument was such 
corporate seal and was thereto affixed hy him, by order of the’ 
Board of Directors of said Company, and by the like order he 


signed his own name to said instrument as Secretary pro tempore 


of said Company. 












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In Testimony whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name 
and affixed my notarial seal this fifth day of May 
A 7. 1881. 
Richard &. 0’ Brien, 
(L.S. ) 
Notary Public, Kings Co 
fe Saale edlucipxe soak tae 





(cert. filed in N.Y. Co.) 


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SCHEDULE A. 





of Letters Patent referred to in the Sixth Article of the annexed 
instrumont, dated April lst 1881, being the same Letters Patant 
which are described in the instrumants hersinafter named, as fol- 


lows, namely; 


I, LTALY. All those Lettars Patent of the Kingdom of Italy - 





named in an instrument of sale und assignment made by Thomas Alva 
Edison to The Baiwon Electric Light Company of Europa, Limited, 
dated March Ist 1881, and there described as follows: 

(1) Letters Patent of Italy, dated November 2lst 1878 and mark- 
| ed 4351. Registro Generale. Vol. 1:3. No. 10,456, for method of and 
means for developing electric currents and lighting by electric- 
ity. 

(2) letters Patent of Italy dated June 23” 1879, and marked 
4589 Registro (innerale Vol. 14. No. 10,995, for improvement in 
the production of electricity in ‘hs electric light éc. 

(3) Letters Patent of Italy dated December 6” 1879, and marked 
4,797, Registro Gensrale Vol. 14. No. 11,393 for idiipowanene in 
electric lamps and in the method of manufacturing the same. 

(4) Letters Patent of Italy, dated December 3lst 1879 and mark-— 
ed 4,835 Registro Generale Vol. 14, No. 11,492 for imp rovement 

in the production Of eleethicity dueene electric light é&e. 

-(5) Letters Patent of Italy dated April 28” 1880, and marked 


4959 Registro Generale Vol. 14. No. 11,787 for improvement in 


ors lamps and in the mrthod of manufacturing the same. 








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(6) Letters Patent of Italy dated May LOth 1880 and marked 4986 
Rewieeno Generale Vol. 14, No. 11,809 for improvement: in utilisa- 
tion of electricity for light, net and power é&c. 
(7) Letters Patent of Italy dated October 12” 1880, and mark ed 


6137 Registro Generale Pore tesa, My Bh. for. -Amp.rovement. inwdyna- 





mo or: mapneto electric machines and electric adhere: 
(8)~-- Letters Patent of tialy. dated November 6” 1880 and marked 
5169. Registro Generale Vol. 15. No. 12,315 for improvement in 


electric lamps and in carbons or incandescent conductors therefor 


and in means for and methods of Manufacturing the same. 


{9) Letters Patent of Italy dated November 19* 1880 and marked 
5183 Repistro Ganerale Vol. 15. No. 12,339 for improvement in sys-— 
tems of conductors for the distribution of electricity as a Light- 
ing and motive power agent, and inc. appliances eonnected ‘therewith, 
Loy Letters Patent of Italy dated November 26" 1880 and marked 
5,196 Registro Generale Vol. 15. No. 12, 366 for improvement in 
systems for peneu eens the amount of electrical current flowing 


thr ough a clirenit é&e, 


iL BELGIUM. All those Letters Revert of ‘the Kingdom of pede 
fiom, “named in an instrument of salo and assignment made by’ Thomas 
Alva Edison to The Edison Elsctnic Light Company of Europe, Limit- 
ed, dated March lst 1881, and there deseribed as follows: 


(1) Letters Patent of Relgium, dat ed November 30” 1878 » number-~ 


‘ed 46,567, for method of and means for developing electric currents 


and lighting by electricity, 





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(2) Letters Patent of Belgium, dated June 16th 1879, und number- 
ed 48,341, for improvement in the production of electricity in tho 
electric light. 


(3) Letters Patent of Relgium, uated November 29, 1879, numbered 


49,884, for improvemant in Electric Lamps and. the method of manu- 








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facturing the same. 
(f4)-——hettersPat ent of Belgium (of eaakidon! dated December 31st 
1879, and numbered 50,164, for improvement in the produetion of 
electricity in the electric light &e. 

(5) Letters Patent of Belgium, dated April 30” 1680, and number- 
ed 51,155 for improvement in electric lamps and ih:the method of 
manufacturing the same. 

{6) Letters Patent of Belgium, dated May 15th 1880, end numberod 
51,329 for improvement in utiligation of electricity for Light, 
heat and power &C. . , 

(7), Letters Patent of Belgium, dated October 15th 1880 and num- 
bered 52,698 for improvement in dynamo or magneto electric much- 
ines and electro motors. 

(8). Letters Patent of Belgium, dated November 15th 1880, and 
numbered 52,890 for improvements in electric lamps and in the car 
> bons or ingandesc ent conductors belonging thereto. 

(22 Letters Patent of Bolgium dated November 30th 1880 and num- 
.bered 53,018, for improvements in systems of. conductors for the 


distribution of electricity as a lighting and motive power agent 


and appliances connected therewith. 


(10) Letters Patent of Relgium, dated November 80th 1880, and 





numbered 53,073, for improvement in means for measuring tha amount 





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‘of electrical -currant flowing through a circuit. 


LIE. GERMANY. All those Letters Patent of the Empire of Ger~ 


— 
—— 





Many, named in an instrument of sale and’ assignment made by Thomus 


Alva Edison to The Edison Electric Light Company of Eurppe, Limited 





“dated March lst 1881, ‘and there described as follows: 

(1) Letters patent of the Empire of Germany, dated March 10th 
1880 and numbered 9,165, for improvements in electric Lamps. 

{2) Letters Patent of the Empire of Germany, dated Febrnuary 7” 
1881, and numbered 12,033 for weehoue for the measure of force con- 
sumed in the working of magneto electric ‘asehinde. 


(3) Lettors Patent of the Empire of Germany, dated January 25th 


1881, and numbered 12,174 for improvements in electric lumps. 





ZV. FRANCE, All those Letters Patent of .the Republic of Franca, 


named in an instrument of sale and assignment Made by Thomas Alva 
Edison to The Edison Electric Light sampaay of Europe, Limited, 
dated March lst 1881, and there described as follows: 

(1) Letters Patent of France numbered 127, 841, dated February 
“4th 1879, for method of ,and means for developing electric currents 


a lighting by electricity. ; ; ; i 





. 


(2) Letters Patent of France numbered 130, 910 dated August 25th 
1879 for improvements in the production of electricity in the 


electric light é&c. 


(3) Letters Patent of France, numb ered ‘183, 756. dated Jannary 


20th isso, for improvement: in electric lamps and in the method of 





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manufacturing the sume. 

(4) Letters Patent of Prance numbered 130,910, dated February 
20th 1880:; for improvement in tha production of electricity in the 
electric light &C. 


(5) Letters Patent of France numbered 136,088, dated June 16th_ 


1880 for improvement in electric lamps and in the method of man 
ufacturing—the-~same.” 


(G) Letters Patent of France? numbered 136,399 dated July 5th 1lsyu 





for improvement in the utilization of electricity for light, heat 
and power &e. 

(7) Letters Patent of ."rance numbered 1:38,941 dated November 27th 
1880 for improvement in dynamo or magneto electric aan awee and 


olectric motors, 


awe DENMARK. All ieee Letters Patent of the Kingdom of pa danaek 
named in an instrument of sale and assignment made by Thomas Alva 
Edison-to: The Edison Electric Light Gompany of furope, Limited, 
dated March 1st 1881, and thera described as follows: 
(1) oe Patent of Denmark dated May Sth 1879, marked K. Ke 
1878, No. 2,269 for methods of and means for developing electric 
currents and lighting by aloctricity. 

(2) Letters Patent of Denmark, dated Uune llth 1880, marked Ke K 

1879, No. 1210, for improvement in sieatets lights. 

(3) Letters Patent of Denmark, dated February 27th 1880 marked 


»K.1879, No. 2,333 for improvement in electric lamps and in the 


methods of manufacturing the same. 

















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(4) Letters Patent of Denmark, dated May 13th 1880 marked K. kK 
1880% No. 14, for improvement in electric lamps and in the method 
of manufacturing the same. | 
(5) Letters Patent of lenmark, datea Juna 11, 1880 ana marked 


K.K, 1879, No. 1210, (the specification therewith being marked ad 





B. No. 369-1880 and 188-80) for magneto electric machines. 





VI. SPAIN. All those Letters Patent of the Kingdom of Spain, 





named in an instrument of sale and assignment made by Thomas Alva 
Edison to The Kdison Electric Light Company of Europe, Limited, 
dated and there deseribed as follows: 

(1) Letters Patent of Spain, dated February 1, 1879, for improve- 
ment in the method of and means for developing electric currents 
and lighting by electricity. 

{2) Letters Patent of Spain, dated October 4th 1879, for improve- 
ment in electric lights. 

43) Lat tsea Patent of Spain,..dated.March 12,..1880,.. for. improve- 
ment in electric lamps and in the method of manufacturing the 

same. 

(4) Lotters Patent of Spain, dated February 20, 1880, for im- 
provement .in electric lamps ana in Ge HStHSds of memifeaturing 


the same. 


(5) Letters Patent of Spain, cated January 19” 1881, for improve 





ments in the utilization of electricity for light, heat and power 


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VII. AUSTRIA. All those Lettars Putent of the Empire of Aus- 


——,— 


tria, named in an instrument of sale and assignment made by Thomas 


Alva Edison to The Faison Electric Light Company of Europe, Lim- 


ited, dated und there described as follows: 
1) Letters Patent of Austria, dated Juna 30th 1879, for improv. 


ment in the method of und meens for developing alectric currants 


and lighting—pby—electricity. 


(2) Letters Patent of Austria, dated Jannary 22° 1880, for mag- 


noeto electric machines. 


(3) Letters Patent of Austria, dated May 22” 1880, for imp rove~ 





ment in electric lamps anu in the mathod of Manufacturing the 
same. 

(4) Lettoars Patent of Austria, dated July 25” 1880, for imp rove~ 
ment in electric dps: anid in the method of Manufacturing the 
same. 
(5) Letters Patent of Austria, dated August 13, 1880 for im- 
provament in eleetric lamps ana in the method of manufacturing 


the same, 


(G) Letters Patent of Austria, dated October 5” 1880 for imp- 


rovement in the utilization of electricity for light, heat and 


‘power &c. 
(7) Letters Patent of Austria, dated December 24” 1880, for im- 


provements in dynamo or magneto electric machines and electric 


motors, 


(8) Letters Patent of Austria, dated January 7” 1881, for im- 
provement in slectric lamps and in carbons ‘or ineundescing conduct~ 


ors therefor, and in Means for and methods of Manufacturing the 








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(9) Letters Patent of Austria, dated January Sth 1881, for ine 


provement in means for measuring the amount of sleectrical current 


flowing through a citeuit. 

















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| | | 
: An instrument of mbch importance to the Company, has 
| _ been’ executed by Nessie Edison, Banker and others and requires 
execution by the Gounauy. For this a resolution should be pass- 
ed at a meeting of the Directors, and I suggest that a meeting be 
ealiea speedily for that purpose. 

Very fdabe: 


G. We Soren. 





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Office of the Edison Electric Light Company of Europe Limitod, 
19 William St. 


New York,April 23rd.1991. 


Near Sirte. 

Written. notice is hereby given that a special meeting 
of the Board of Directors of this Company will be held, pursuant 
to Article 8 of the By Laws,for ‘the purpose of voting upon the 
following changes in the By Laws,pursuant to a resolution adopt ed 
at a special mesting of the Board of Directors held at the office 
of the Gompany,April 16th. 1981. 

Tha proposed changes in the By Laws are as folloys, 

First,-Anend Section 1 of Article 5 so thag? it shall 
read as folfows, viz, The officers of the Company shall be a Presi- 
dent, First Viee President,Second Vice President, Genoral Nanugor, 
Secretary, Treasurer and Assistant Treasurer. 

Second, -Amend Section 7 of Article 5 so that it shall read 
as follows,viz, Tho First Vice Prosident, during tho absence or 
inability: of the President,and the Second Vice Prosident during 
the absence or inubility ef the Bresident and First Vieo Presi-« 


y Ogre side the) modtingsor the Hirectors,and of the 
Rxogitive . i ffeayand anadt in all other respects 
aS und @xer¢i seth ow 
Sidon}. A ky | ae 
j r of Article 5 by adding at tho - 


rs jand perform the duties of the 
ing,fojwit, The Assistant Treasurer shell - 
ip} the absence of the Trousurer when- 
“od to do by tho Directors. nS 
rth, ~Anyond | Soctign \end.of Article 1 by adding at the 
jing words,to wit, Or until. their 
ors shall be electéd. Should this amendment be adopted 
the said Second Section will then read as follows,to wit, Tho . j 
term of office of the Hirectors shall be one year,or until their ‘ 
successors shall be clocted. : : 
' The special meating of the Direetors,to be held for the pure 
pose of voting on the foregoing changes in the By haws,will be 
held at the office of the Company at half past three oliclock P.M. 
Wednesday,Nay 25th. 19ai. 
By order of the’ Board of Directors, 


COG dain 





















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GG, . ("Please state the full name of the Corporation. — ra ‘Cr eiotin 
Ree yy es made and delivered to the Commisstonrn or Taxrs AND ASS INS 
anil. Conitty. in behalf of theny : 


showing its condition for the purpose of assedsué oe 'st day of January, 1889, in pursuance: 
of the provisions of TITLE TV., Chapter XIIL, Part I, of the Revised Statutes of the State of New 
York, and of the Acts amendatory thereof, or in addition thereto, Chapter 654, "Laws of 1853, and”: 
Chapters 456 and 5386, Laws of 1857, and Chapter 240 of 186: 
















Capital Stock actually paid in, or secured to be paid in - + § LLLL LUD, Se 
Amount paid for Real Estate owned in Fee by the said Corporation : : : 
Ce Ron, : ‘ 4 


Describing particularly by ward numbers s 











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Amount invested in the Stocks of other Cor- sien ; 7 | 


porations which are taxed upon their 





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oe SA EES ps andsspat, wish whigh will justify ra estimate of its oe 2 

Me Hes (te Ue Lepehh ey a é 

here jd fib pn OEE at tie frend 
‘7Tile prineipaloffice or perree seed of transacting ie Sie fen eaey Business of the said Corporation 

is situsitaal i in the C6 etrtry } Hace Ward of the City of New York, at 


VA G aa Sica 


a Ghee ee 
Cry oF Nw Yous ofl 1 MhMory the L. 


of the said SEO being duly sworn, do hereby certify and declan ; 














that the foregoing | ateeement tet in all respects just and.true. 2.0L | 


ido, Sworn n to before me, at og al re al 
: lity of « _ iss, < . 





tay"By Chap. 176, ‘Gai. 6 of the Laws of 1851, the Commissioners are empowered to _ examine, 
under oath, the person representing the Corporation if they deem it necessnry, to obtain any “fuller 
or fur ther particulars as to its property or condition, « ‘ 





















THITSRAGREEMENT made the 3rd. day of May in the ysar 






One thousand eight hundred and sighty one, by and between Thomas 





A. Edison of Menlo Parkwin the State of New Jersey, United States 













of Amarics, party of the first 





part, and The Ecison Flectric Light 


Company of “Europe, Limited, a corporation organized under the laws 


United States of America and having its 













of the Stata of New York, 





ptincipal place of business in the City of New York, State of New 
York, party of the second part: 
WHEREAS by an agzresment made April first Ona thousand 
aight hundred and gighty one by and’ between Theodore Puskas, Jos— 
hua F. Bailey, James H. Banker, and the said Edison, parties of 


Ve 
the first purt, and the suid Tha Edison Rledtrie Light Compeny of 





Europ 9, Limited, party. of the second part the said Edison is under 
contract and agreement with the suid Company to makes “ weideutien 


for Letters Patent for all the countries of mueans named in the 





said agreement, to wit: Belgium, Austria, France, sohneee. Germany 
"Russia, » RUBEY. und Spain, for all existing or future inventions in 
or relating to ‘the development oft ‘electric currents and the ap 
plication of slactricity to the usas of light power ano heat and 
made within the period ,of fiva: yours from. May, second One ‘chouaynd 
eight hundred and seventy nine, : 
AND WHEREAS; + The said Edison now agrees with the said 
Company that hg will extond the tims, within. which he shall assign 
to the Company his certain favantione as herein set forth, and 
ve which he shall make application for seic inventions as 
‘nollows, viz: from the’ date ubove set forth to wit: five years 


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from Mey second One thousanc eight hundred anu Savanty nine until 
the following date to wit: Five years from the twelfth day of 
January On2 thousand eight hundr ad end sighty one. ; 
NOW THIS AGREEMENT WITNESSETH: That in consideration of 
the sum of one dollar in hana paid by th» said Company to tha said 
Edison, th2 eaeuape whereof is hereby acknovlesged and in consid- 
aration of cortain further bonefits and advanbast es dceeiine to the 
said Edison’ wherofrom it is agreed es follows, viz: 
FIRST. That the said Edison will for the benefit and 

‘én account of tha said The Edison Elactric Light onsen of Europa, 
Limited, make applications in due form and promptly from time to 
time, as ths inventions.ar3 made*for! Letters Patent of all the 
countries of Europa herein named, to vit: Relgium, Austria, 
France, Denmark, Germany, Russia, Dtaly and Spain for all existing 
or future inventions of the Bad Ghia having reference to the 
production and general dietcibution of glactricity for light, heat 
and Power, and made within the period of five years from the twalith 
day of January 1881; and the: said Edison shall and will from time 
tu time as such Letters Patent are granted promptly assign tho’ 
samo to the suid Company “und make furnish, sign and execute in 
required form, and deliver to the Gompany.or to its dedighated 
Attorney for that purpose all such applications asenbriuseiens: 
drawings, powers of Attornay and thee writings and all other in-~ 
struments of seatumnant ahd envepenaee as May be necessary to 
Secure to the Company, the ruil nse, enjoyment and benefit of, 


and the whole right, title and interest in all such inventions and 


Letters Patent, aforesaid, in and for «ll said countries of Furops, 





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SECOND: That this instrument is supplemental to the 
ee 


said agreement of April first, 1881, and is not to alter or change 
in any way the provisions of said agreement, Sav2 and except that, 


the date therein set forth, viz: five years from the second day 





of May, One thousand ebght hundred and seventy nine, is changed 
so as to eves follows, to wit: five yaars from the Twelfth day 
of January, One thousanu sight hundred and aighty one. 

IN WITNESS WHEREO! The‘said Edison has heretotset his 
hand and seal and the said Company has caused its corporate seal 
to bo hersto affixed and its corporate name to be subsecribea th2 
dav and vear first above written. 

Witness to ths signature ; . 
of Thomas A. Ecison, Thomas A. Edison. (seal) 
Samuel Insnll. 
Ths Edison Electric Light Co. 
“of Furope “Limited? 
(L.8.). oe . by James H. Banker, 
. Vice Prest. 


Attest 


W..S. Perry, Secretary pro tem 


State of New York 


. City & County of New York ss: 
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On this tenth day of May A.D. 1882, before mo personally came 
James H. Banker and William S, Perry, to,me known and known to me 


_ to be respeetively the persons described in and who executed the 


foregoing instrument.as the Vice President and the Séeretary pro 


tempore of The Edison Electric Light Gompany of Europe, 


Limited, 


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the corporation described in anu in whos® bahalf the same instru 
ment was by them executed, and they severally acknowledged to ms 
that they executed the same as the free act and deed of saic Com- 


pany for the uses and purposes therain mentioned: ana thereupon 





the said James A, Banker boing by me duly sworn, said that he ren 
sided in Irvington New York; that he was the: Vies President of tho 
Said The Edison Electrie Light Company of Europe, Limited, and that 
he signed the name of tho said The Edison Electrit Light Company 
of Furope Limited, and his own name as Vice Presidoant thereof, to 
the forepoing instrument by order Sethe Board of Dirsetors of 
said Company; und the said William S. Perry, being by me duly 
sworn, said that he resided in the City of New York; that he was 
Secretary pro tempore of the sie ie Edison Electric Light com-— 
“pany of Europe, Limited, that he knew. the corporate seal of said 
Company; that the seal affixed to the foregoing instrument was 
such corporate seal and was thereto affixeu by him by order of tha. 
Roard of Directors of Said Company, and that by the like order he 
signed his own name to Said instrument ag Secretary pro Cpe or 
said Company. : 
Ana on the’ same day before me personally came Thomas A. 
Edison, to me known and bbe to me to be the indi vidual describ- 
ed in and who executed tho foregoing instrument and he then ack- 
nowledged to me that he exeented the same and for the uses and 
purposes therein mentioned. 
In testimony whereof I has hereunto sat my hand a 
cee a affixed my official seal this tenth day of Nuy-A, TD. 1881 


Richard E, 0’ Brien, Notary Public Kings County 
‘ (cert, filed in N, Y, Co. ) 


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L New York, June 3rd, 1881. 
Dear: ‘Siri a “te wk, 
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Lf There wilt b meeting of the Executive and 





- Fianee Comittes: of the idison’ ‘Bléetric Light Company or Buropa: 


oN 
‘ Limited,’ ‘at ‘the office oF pene Company, No. “65 Fifth Aveune} at 
rly "ij : 
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afbointing an attorney in fact under direction of Mr. Serrell, 
ce Patent dowisel, to attend to the transfer of certain European 
Patents from Mr. Edison to this Company. 


Very truly yours, 





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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMP) 





This Company TNHANSMWITS and DELIVENS téssages only on conditlons, Imitin: 
which have beon assented to by the onder of the Collowing message. 
Errors can be guarded againat only by repeating a message Dack to the ending station 
ane tha Company will not hold itself Mabt el 
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ir comparison, 
9 for errors ordelaysin transmission or dellvery of Unrepoated 


~ Tike message ls 49 UNREPRATED MESNAGE and fs delivered by request of the sender under 
tho conditions nai above. . . . : 


- NORVIN GREEN, Presiden 





RIVED AT THVORFION IN. |! 














THOMAS A. EDISON, 
MENLO PARK, N. J. 























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THE EDISON ELECTRIC LICHT COMPANY OF EUROPE, 


(LIMITED,]) 
63 PIPVTEL AVENUE. 


New York, Sept. Sth, 1881. 


Dear Sir: 


- . In order to raise money for current expenses the 
Board of Directors has decided to issue Debenture Bonds 
running for three years at six per cent., redeemable by the 
Company at any time on siaty days notice. The Directors 
have decided to offer these bonds in the Jirst instance to the 
Stockholders of the Company, who are requested to subscribe 
for them in the proportion of one dollar for every share of 
stock held by each Stockholder. It is important that each 
Stockholder should thus take his share, thereby doing away 
with the necessity of offering the bonds to the public. 


You appear on the books of the Company as a Stockholder 
holding “PY oo shares of stock, accordingly your 
subscription to these Debenture Bonds, on the above basis, 
would amount to Ld oO — dollars.. You are 
earnestly requested to hake that subscription, and, should you 
decide to do 80, to forward a check for the amount, drawn to 
the order of The Edison Hlectric Light Company of Europe 
(Limited), to the undersigned. 


Any further information that may be desired will be 
promptly furnished. 
Respectfully yours, 
S. B. HATON, 
Second Vice-President. 














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_ A special meeting of aS Directors of the Edison Elec- 


tric Light company of Europe aeeered, Will be held at the 


erties of the Company No, 65 Fifth Aven at 8.80 P.M. Oct. SL, 


1881, for the following objects: 


1st. For the purpose of considering the question of creating 


a debenture bond indebtedness, 


| 


2nd. For the purpose of Considering a contract between this 


Company and & Paris. Syndicate, 


83rd. For the purpose of determining the compensation to be 


allowed to Messrs Puskas & Bailey. 


4th. To consider and ‘determine the amount of compensation to ed 


Mr Edison if Mr Charles Batchelor, “Also ‘to:ln,Baton. 


Bey 


Yours truly, 











| 


OFFICE OF THE 


EpIson Etgorric Licur Co, or EUROPE, LIMITED, 


665 FIFTH ak caine N.Y. 


pi 
| October 19, 1881. 
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Sere : ‘ & 

A Special Meeting y the Stockholders of this 
Company will be held at the office of the Company, 
No. 65 Fifth Avenue, New York City, at 3:30 


o'clock, P M, November 4, 1881, for the purpose of 


considering the question a creating a debenture bond 


indebtedness ; also of making contracts with a Pardes 


syndicate and others Sor mhanfacturing ‘plant and 
managing the business of the Company in Europe. 


sep 


‘8: B.: EATON, 
‘Second View. President and Coes Manager 








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—- that 


“I, THOMAS ALVAS EDISON of the town of Menlo: Park in ‘the 





county of Middlesex and: ‘state of New: Teneee United States 














“or America, ‘do hereby make; constitute and appoint -« JOSHUA 


"PRANKLIN BAILEY Of 33 Avenue de uv Opera, city of Paris, 





Ss ance , wmy oui suf Cicient Bnd: lawful attorney for me and 


: : iy Re 
a my ey Beet , 


‘in “my” naire rue! execute a certain’ contract heretofore made by. 
: heretofore 
and between myself and a certain’ ayddteste or dompany forme 


“in the City of Paris for the purpess of explotiing the Edi- 


son ‘system’ ‘or Forni shinis light), “héat and power by: elect ric’ 





ity, ain (the count ries: of ‘spain,’ France, Belgium, austria,” 


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many Italy, Denmark and: Russias” and also to' execute | a. 
Mes ’ 


; ‘certain other cont Fact, ar ‘any’ “there be, between myself and 





a certain syndicate’ or ‘Osinapnyvrovned ‘at! ‘Paris; France, oe 





the" purpose’ ‘OT: nénuruetd ini pus for’ ‘the says or furnis - 





























above ‘referred to, to ekbctite 3 said cont fact > both for ‘ex~ 
pioiting ‘the ‘said ‘system ‘oF furnishing ‘Light, ‘heat and - power 
by ‘electricity in: the’ gaia ‘countries ,” bdinging ‘to the Com- 
pany; ‘as aforesaid, and also for nénufauturing plant’ there- 
for: ‘and’ also to execute any ‘other: cont ract or ‘cont racts 

| with ‘the said ‘senateate. or syndicates, company_or. companies 

| for the following purpose, namely, exploit ing the Edison 
system in pala countries ag ‘aroresaid ‘and manufacturing plank 
therefor ‘as anered: put this power of ‘attorney is how- 

| ever granted stibject to the ‘following cdnditdons ‘and limi- 


tation, namely, that any and’ali contracts’ executed by ‘the 


| said Bailey in my name undér and pursuant ‘to this’ power of 


| attorney shall first .be-approved of in writing’ by Grosvenor 
Porter ‘Lowrey of ‘the City of New ¥ouR. Gud! ahastes Bat chelor 
j of the town oF wanié Park,.Gounty. of Middlesex, New Jersey; 
} both voriporariay ‘residing’ at: ‘Paris,’ and power is “hereby 

A granted, “to the. said: Bailey. ‘ta’ ‘execute’ ood such dentvanes 

| and” agreements (which must in every: ease relate to the ‘sub-« 
| ject: ‘mit ter above’ “set: forth) as ‘shall ‘bear the written « ‘ap- 
| pioval, ‘written. ‘on’ the: ‘Pace oF Gaia cont racts oP both the: 


‘gard stowrey ‘and’ ‘the. said ‘Rat chélor,’ ‘and ‘the ‘saa | Bailey: ‘is’ 


hereby Nny omobirea ( authorized; subjsot to” the ‘fore- 


personality present: 

















“IN. writes HEREOF, I » the said Thomas Alva Edison 









have hereunto ay my. ‘hand and ‘seal at ‘the eat of New York, 





United ‘States. of * america, ‘this a, a “aay of 


ohe thousand eight uideel and eihity-one-— 












In the presence of 







“Thomas: Alva Edison. :. 








| United States of America, State 






of New. York,’ County ‘of New York ..)-- 
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son this: ; “One thousand eight-: 





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hundred. and. eighty-one, before Me MeRnOne lay OpESn ted 





! THOMAS ALVA. EDISON}. to. me. known, a d known: to 1 we. to. ibe the 










person’ described in® “and. who ‘executed the: within “inst rument 
| on ve 


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: PROXY. er eae ee a THOMAS Ww. eae 63 Wall 8t., N.Y 


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PROXY. 2 j . se? < THOMAS W. HOE: Buatlonan Wau 8t. N.Y : 


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PROXY. : Hi THOMAS W. ROE, Sratianen oh Wali 8t., N.Y 


row ALL Men BY THESE Ponaners 


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PROXY. THOMAS W. ROE, Stationor, 1 Wall St. N.Y 
——— : : 


_ ALL ie BY THESE ‘Pasonen 











PROXY, ww Rat Soul Law Blank Publisuor shor and Statlonar, 108 Nassau, Bt Ni xe 


Aino al Rien hy these reseats, wa 















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PROXY: W. Rold Go uld, Law Blank Publisu anor an d Stationar, 168 Nass: aust: Ne ye 


Aca 4 all Ae by these foresee fs wi 





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P ROXY, W. Rold Gaula, Law Ilank 1 ublignor a1 and Stutionor, 168 Nassau, St, N, ine fg 


Fun all in by these Presets, ai 


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Ce ‘ A 


OFFICE OF. THE — 


EDISON ELECTRIC LIGHT Co, OF Purore, LIMITED, 


65 FIFTH AVENUE, N.Y 


October 19, 1881. 
Str: . 
| A. Special Meeting of the Stockholders of this .. 
Company will be. held at the office of the Company, , 


No. 65 Fe ifth Avenue, New York City, at 3:30 


o'clock, P. mM, November ‘4 1881, for the purpose of 
considering the question of creating a debenture bond 


indebtedness; also of making contracts with a Paris 


syndicate ‘and. ‘others: Sor manufacturing plant and : 


managing ‘the buisiness of the Company. mn Europe 


Respectfully, 


Ss. Be ‘EATON, 
Seon Vices esident and General Henager. 








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1881. Electric Light - Edison Electric Light Company of Europe, Ltd. - 
Accounts (D-81-028) [not filmed] 


This folder contains accounts, bills, and receipts, many related to the Paris 
Electrical Exhibition. 

















SEE EA EP RY EYER 


1881. Electric Light - Edison Machine Works (D-81-029) 


This folder contains correspondence, 
relating to the formation and Operation of the Edison Machine Works, Goerck 
Street, New York City. Formed in 1881, the Edison Machine Works manufactured 
dynamos and large electric motors for the Edison electric light system. Included 
also are the company by-laws and information on the remodeling of the Goerck 
Street buildings. Some material concerns the relative merits of Porter-Allen and 
Armington & Sims steam engines as components of the Edison System. There is 
also a comprehensive financial report, dated November 1, 1881. 


agreements, and other documents 


Approximately 70 percent of the documents have b 
categories of documents have not been filmed: 
mica; routine bills and receipts 


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EXPERTS IN STEAM ENGINEERING. 


Exolusivoly for the Sale of the Buokeyo coe cata 
EASTERN AGENGY, { Engines, East of tho Meridian of Washington, 


WH LEE, CHURCH, 1 anager ROOM 27, COAL AND anon EXCHANGE. 
COR. COURTLANDT & CHURCII STs. 
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SOUTHWARK FOUNDRY AND MACHINE ‘oMPANt Leah, 


The Porter-Allen High Speed vy Engine. 


a gs ABRRICK, Pres, and Treas. 
C. T. PORTER, Vice-President, 


Ga. LOSTIVICK, Secretary. 
C. B, RICHARDS, Superintendent. PHILADELPHIA, . a Ly: woe 887 


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Address all commun leations to 


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Hit WesrERA UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY, 


This Com; THANSMITS a1 IVENS messages onl: onditions, Umiting its linbillt 
bles brea ater aried 2 orb uectes is rotate eT ERE ne 10g een for com ead 
ms 
Ax sod the Coanpany wil no ot ho! id itself se Tepeating 2 Gelaysin transmission o! © deliv of Ua: repeated od 
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This message is an UNREWEATED DESS, Gi Gelivered by west arise sender, under 
the conditions named above. AGE colts piety 
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R. BREWER, Seo'y. NORVIN GREEN, Prosident. 
Dated fiw Zine LS i 188 / 


Received at. 


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THE Westen UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. 


ny TRANSMITS and DELIVENS messag: 
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AR. BREWER, Beo’y, NORVIN GREEN, Preuident. 
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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. 


This Com: TRANSMITS and PEL! messages only on conditions, Umiting its Mabilit 
which have Deen Reson ted & by he render of he of: fief following message. 7 . = us 
Errors can bo guas et on! ty by mossago back tothe ck fo the sending station for comparison, 

10 Corn) ompany Ww! mot Bad Mteelf fatto te tore preety ordelaysin transmlasionor delivery of Uarepeutod 


in eS ie son UNREPEATED MESSAGY, oud {s delivered by request of the sender, under - 


NORVIN GREEN, Presidont. ° 


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THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. 


i mis Gormpany ZRANSMENS | and 3 petwene messages only on conditions, limiting its Mability, 
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‘Thia message 1s an UWNREFEATED MESSAG delivered b; west of the sender, under 
the conditions named above. and is oe ‘i 


. AR. BREWER, BSoo'y. NORVIN GREEN, President. 





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Wien TELEGRAPH COMPANY. 
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‘This Company TRANSMITA and DELIVERS memares only on conditions, Umiting tte Mability, which have been assented toby 
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against repeating &@ message back to the sending atation for comparison, and the Company will 
BROADWAY AND DEY STREET. 


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not held Taal table tr errors or delaya in tranemission or delivery of Onerrxaten Massages. 
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THE AMERICAN wivon 
TELEGRAPH COMPANY is wot torte | 
shio in any caso for damages, unleas the 
same bo claimed, in writing, within sixty 
_ Gays after the receipt of the telegram for 
transmission, And thig company ia not , 
to bo lablo for tho act or omlasion of 
any other company, bet Jt will endeavor 
to forward this telegram over tho lincs of 
any other telegraph company, neccssary 
to reaching its destination, but only aa 
tho agent of tho sender and without 
Usbillty therefor, 














-THE AMERICAN UNION - 
TELEGRAPH SOMPANY lenotto bo lisblo* 
for damages arlaing from any fallire to - 
feisanlber delivery eaten reining 
transmission or delivery of, an unropeated. 
telegram, beyond tho amonnt recelyod for 
sending tho samo, ‘But to guard against 
errors, tho company will repeat back any 
telegram, for an extra payment of one-half 
tho regular rato, and in.that case it {a not 
to bo Hable for damnges, boyond fifty times 
tho amount received for ee and re- 
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The. Southwark Foundry and Machine Company, | od 


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Sole Maker: ! 

The Porter-Allen High Speed Steam- Fine ; 

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W, H, MERRICK, President, e ei | 

C. ‘I. PORTER, Vice-President, * oe f 

G. A. BOSTWICK, Secretary, an wy i 

C.B, RICHARDS, Superintendent, 7 PHILADELPHIA Coote Ola corssu Tora Loa resssvsseneeensin 188 7 i 
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Be. it. known that I, Edward Pe. Hampson, do ag wobiver in 





New York ditty; to the order of the f¥ Sootehe-tieh = three 
automatic cut-off engines, and boilers complete with pulleys, 
fly-wheels, steam gauges, dnd all necessary parts, all constructed 


from the best materials and: in the most thorough and workmanlike 
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manner and.in perfect running order, 
: . . & 
The engines shall be constructed and fovernor set and recip 
rocating parts balanced so as to maintain a speed of Ago revolu~ 
tions per minute, with perfect safety and economy, and without 


affecting the puree rae) of the Sneiiese At 410 wevolutions, wihh 


a boiler pressure of 75 lbs, per sqe inch, the ‘engines ‘shall de. 





re, 


vy no less than Signe ahieceiye horsepower, and when developing 


said power, the total energy. developed _ shall not exceed ten indi~ 


cated horse powers ‘ 


The main meee on engine shaft shall > be of a Longa to 


shaft to ‘pulley on dynamomshafte The Salita shall be of a ! 
. t 

width necessary to a five inch'belt, . i 
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The boiler shall be of the horizontal return—tube type, of 


ample size, With preeres and grate surface all in due proportion 6. 


{ 

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to supply steam necessary to the gontinuous develdpnent of. tet | 
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indicated horse power, in the engines baron e: menthoned asa-thde 


to be eepeined ahem stray nee to he used as ae | 


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The boilers thoroughly lagred, shall be able to withstand a 

steam pressure of ID ibs, to the sq. inch, with perfect safety. 
ane engine shall be mounted upon the boilerand bolted to lugs 

which are permanently fastened to ae ae 

I also agree to furnish duplicates of such parts of the en~ 
gines as are most liable to breakage or which may need renewings 

The boiler shall be permanently mounted on skids of a strong 
and durable nature, so that said boiler can with little trouble be 
moved about or transportet, The engines shall be separately 
packed for transportation in strong iron bound boxes, as also the 
parts which are Sapanauely transported. | 

I agree to deliver said savings and boiler, as heretofore 
mentioned, on Se before the 29th day of March, 188l, 

: Within three days of the delivery, L subse to have one en- 
gine and boiler snasted vas suitable iaies in New York city, 
south of Chamberg St., with smokestack and exhaust pipe ead 
to the outside, and a perfect order to test the effteiency of the 
plant in connection with the Edison system of Electric Lighting;— 


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said test to take place at the pleasure of the NissoA Wed ri 


ae Ft ' 


The expense of preparing this plant for the test, and con# 


ducting of same. and_. f necessary space, shall be born by 






I agree to abide by the decision of C. Le Clarke, enginear 


cy 


of said Cos, as to whether tie’ work has been constructed as here~ 


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tofore mentioned, and as to its satisfactory performance, by ac~ 


tual test, in respect of indicated power developed, available 


power, and speed, 


If engines and boilers are not delivered on or before the 


- .. gQth. day.of March,.I881.,.I.agree to forfeit three percent on the { 





agrees, provided the before 
i tp Bits and prepeaals are executed im the aforesaid 
marn P afan to the satisfaction of OC. Ls Clarke as before mentiondl, 
eres pay to Hadward oe Happen the sum of iventy=seven hundred and 


Ot or heen -- —— 


atte aértars,: Cy 77 & 005) said* payment’ to be nada ares a 


thirty. Gays: after the. delivery of the engines and boteres Ir 


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Sats 


seventy 











the test is not. jondueted within this time, the engines shall be 
considered as Bptiaeactory in respect to power and speed, and 
“the above payment shall he nEne» provided, Nevertheless, that the 
‘mechanical construction is. deed nae as above mentioned, 

The parties before mentioned do agree to abide by the articles 
of this contract, ana to fulfil faithfully their respective parte: 


‘as, heretofore mentioned— & P. Hampson, by his signature, Mre-Edie 





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UA ss Tye PorseAIES High Speed Steam-Engine, 


Preniiae wih, eh 


WH, MERRICK, Prest. and Treas, 

C. T. PORTER, Vice-President, : 

G. A, BOSTIVICK, Secretary, La 

C. 8, RICHARDS, Superintendent, PHILADELPHIA, eco At L lle. N88 f 
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Established 1855., 





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OFFICE OF 
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Cold Rolled Shafting, 


Couplings, Pulleys, Machinery Agency, 


i SELF OLING HANGERS 
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WOOD AND IRON WORKING MACHINERY, 
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gochinisis’ Toop, 
MACHINERY 


. OF EVERY DESORIPTION, 


—PATENT— 

Cold Rolled Shafting, 
Couplings, Pulleys, 
SELF OLLING HANGERS 
Tanite Emory Wheols & Much'y. 


Established 1855. 


The Geers. Place = 
“Machinery Agency, 


121 CHAMBERS & J@3) READE STREETS. 





























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Cold Rolled Shafting, 
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: SELF OLLING HANGERS ac INery Ag Cney, 


Tanite Emory Wheols & Mach'y. 


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OFFICE OF 


Edison Machine W. orks, 


104 Goerck Street, 


New York... hee. 29.7%. a 188f, 


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of PAH LETS, ONiYoah wer-ties, per tien, JIE. 


L.A. Edison, Esq. 
Wo. 85-Bifth Ave, Gfty. 
Leur Sir; 
' £ have recetued Yaqur esieemad favor of 
Oct. 8th. py which it appegre thet tha Zine White is a good 
inauluton Jer wire when in a dry piece, auc ta_ nat good to 
aetandg water. _ this ie .ag-f—-aupposed. 
, Paunk ing you vor pour. kind uttention, 
2 reyasn, 


Yours truly. 




















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The Southwark Foundry and Machine Company, | 


. Sole Makers of 


The Porter-Allen High Speed: Steam-Engine. 


W. H, MERRICK, President, 
ct. poate R, Vie 


resident, 
WIC oe, 


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Referring to. your, favor oe: the lath, Wr Fdison re~ 


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quest s ne to stat e@ that te has got all that he re- - 
quires in the way of Steam Engines for use in con- 


nection with his electrie light system: °° °C" 


Seep uaeden 


Yours ‘truly, 

















pina ncbalesnetind Sasa: . ascieipc mesa alae ints ori icine werent 2 meet 


The Southwark rounds and Machine Company, 


i . Sole Makers of 








| The. Porter Allen High. eee eas Engine : ; | 
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Net. 24th, 


Armington * Sims, 
Layrenen, Mass 


Year Sirs: ae 





mais n wants two Sneines exaetly the same 


f 
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Aya 
4 Yours truly, 
Mf i, (4.. 
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Secretary, 


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* Southwork. Poundry © Machine So, 


Phila. Pa. 











cents tir 


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Al sponinh in Hondone fhe vouchor ror this 
missing. “ould you do me the very graat 
soudite “a duplieste? 


Yours truly, 


Tt quite ovar~lookad yours of the L?th, 


as you 


“25th, 


A - On or about the 20th of June T sent you 


Mr 


Purni 


al dor gin’?s check Cor is a for the engines at 
paynieng is 


a 
favor! of 

















bet. 25th, 


tug. Kabenin= 


1 fy Refervangy to the enclosed ,: “@ huve sti--., 


oe enginethat has nover beon used. It is the. ij 





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1: ‘in ‘question, bot cht for exporimontal pu Pposas..—1 


Janine with the boiler is in the eonbrak static’ 


WR os 
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6 Second one is used for tesfiing purposes at “ore” 


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“to bousht Por experimont ine. bs are ete 
Yours trwhy, ° et RS a 
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OUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY, a. 
| enc “soux MAXERS OF 


WH MERRIGK, Brett, anid Tries Sata 
C. T, PORT: 


+ Te 1» Vice-President, 
G. A, BOSTIVICK, Scerelary, GL. f- 2. A ap 


C. B. RICHARDS, Superintendent, PHILADELPHIA, ........ ec. eat foc ‘ 
222 co eh Bateson Gay, 
OB Chew La Lew 


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Par a Mi ft- Lee le Be I Bip biue: Sts, Ef, 


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Get. BOth , 


Hessrs avies & Go, 


15 way, Gity. 


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“he . . “LULL you please advise ino at your aurhiest convenience. 


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Gone getly what iothod of provedure is best in ordar to ship goods to. 
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ngdon and the continent: through you. “QO propase to do our own ox. 


FITS 


“PrOésage, bub we wish you to roliovy us f 211 trouble as to ship- 


yy 
nignt. “Yo ure sending frequently larice shipments to London by 
Steuer sailing directly for that port. Yo would have to roly 


BD _ Lay, 
Tagboiads 


Upon your potting us the lowest possible rates ond we would sifeci f ; 
‘ . ee 


© WU ol ee se 
Lhe ‘steauer by whieh ve shtppadothe BoGds tu go by. Part of the 


goods will have te come from Nenlo Park. Ploes?2? let us know how 
‘you would have us-deliver them, Shall ve sond then direst to the 


“steamer or ship them t-. the Penn, Depot subyjeut to your order? | if 
the latter, would wo address them to our vorrespondent ne London : @ 
simp Ly udd ross them to you? - 

We would want you to koop ‘us advised as to the wook Ly 
‘stoamors the last moment whieh: wo could send the goods to the dock 
jand tiny other information to fucilitube the ‘vapid shipment of the 


“foods, oS it is a iettor of the greatest importance to us that they! 


“should go so soon us they ure ready, and that we should reeeive the! - 








WLLL of dading us soon us possible, us we have to present thei in’ 


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orde? to obtain payment for them here. 


Yours ‘tiuly, 


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“PSTN es Ges ee 
V2 \t, Anzgionn Soorery ox Mecpanioan Everveers. 
"SECRETARY'S. OFFICE, No, 289 BROADWAY, 





BEG Sy os - 
ON . oe : 
sae ek oR Gork,..Oatubor B8hs..188 1 
CREA - cate WA 


Tho AMaFLcadSociety of Mechanical 
EnEHET Pir pose holding a Meeting in ‘this 
City on the Sri and 4th proximo; and as it is 
the custom of the Council, on such occasions, 
to obtain for the memb ers, who come from all 

“parts of the Country, the privilege of visit- 
"ing and inspecting whatever there may be of ) 
professional interest in the vieinity, “I. am 


he é 
instructed to ask if you. will kindly permit, 
in your charge during the current weeke The 


organized excursions and the members will 


probably visit the places which are thrown / 








suchas may be disposed, to. examine the works 


arrangements do not contemplate anything like oo. 


nett 


open to them at various times and alone or in 
small groupSe 

To prevent unauthorized persons from 
availing themselves of this opportunity each 


member of. this Society will exhibit a card 
of introduetions-- 


Yours truly, 


‘Thomas Whiteside Rae, : 


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Cold Rolled Shafting, . . 
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SELE OLLING HANG, 
Tanilo Rivery Wheels & Hach'y, 


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Established 1855. 


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Couplings, Pulleys, 
SELF OLLING H&NGEGS 

Tanito Emery Wheels & Hach’y, 


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P.O, Box 4499, 








Established 1855. 





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The, ae Place 


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OFFICE OF 


Edison Machine Works. 
““s . 2184: Goerck Street, 


Cand 


P es S os Po Ree York, eben f 1880. 

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Chieu: OD atgeoletor. ; - . 
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. THE EDISON ELECTRIC LIGHT co., 7’ 
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- 65 FIFTH AVENUE.‘ - 


2: fl. ..188 / 





New Yorh,............ £640, 


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BY THIS POLICY OF INSURANCE, $400 


THE 





artford Steam viler [uspection anu A[ineance 0. 





OF HARTFORD, CONN, 


In Consideration of the Receipt of Five Dollars, do Insure 


THE COLTS PATENT FIRE ARMS MANUFACTURING COMPANY 


and their. legal representatives, or parties to whom they may assign or transfer this Policy, (per form on back,) to the amount of 








Four Hundred Dollars, on the Baxter Steam Boiler and Engine ‘manufactured by them, and designated by the number. 






against all such pugediale Loss or Damage as shall be caused to the property specified by EXPLOSION or RUPTURE from the action of 





steam, from the. oon I OE ann ighteen hundred and eighty..¢?%<&-.at 12 o'clock, noon, unto 









zceighteen hundred and eighty 2222 at twelve o’clock, noon, to be paid at said 











Hartford, within thirty ‘days after notice and proof of loss has been made by the assured. 






it is expressly Govenanted, That this Company is not liable, under this Policy, for Loss or Damage resulting from the burning of the building or steamer in which 
said Boiler may be used, nor for any Loss or Damage to any Steam Boiler not provided with a proper Steam Gauge; and that in no case shall the claim be Jor more than the actual 
and immediate damage insured against, estimated according to the true cash value of the property at the time of the explosion; and it is hereby agreed that any Luspector of the Company 
shall at all reasonable times have access to said Boiler and the machinery connected therewith, on which safely depends; and should such Inspector, or any person interested in the Boiler, 
at any time discover any defect at all affecting the safety of said Boiler he shall notify the assured, and this Policy shall become void, untess the Boiler ceases to be worked until such 
defect shall be thoroughly repaired; such vepairs to be made at the expense of the assured. And this Company reserves the right at any time to cancel this Policy for any cause materially 
affecting the character of the risk, in which case the Company will return to the assured a ratable Portion of the premium for the unexpired term of this Policy. 










ut QUituess BUhereof, The HARTFORD STEAM BOILER INSPECTION AND INSURANCE COMPANY huve caused these — to be 
signed by their President, and attested by their Secretary, in.the Chty of Hartford, Connecticut, this KBr. 188 























SS SESE 


[Assionatent ] 


Gor Palue Received, We hereby transfer, assign, and: set over mT. ee lnk 





all benefit and advantages to be derived therefrom. 


WITNESS our hand this E 


POLICY.. 





BOILER MAKERS’ . 


and Ache ecraassigns all our right, title, and interest in this Policy of Insurance, and i 


day of haem 





































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Pog MACHINE WoRKS. 
104 Goerck Street, 


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OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 
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Coll Rolled Shafting, 
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Tanito Emery Wheels & Hach’y, 


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P. O. Box 4499, 








Established 1855. 








OFFICE OF 


The George Place 
Machinery pecan 


121 CHAMBERS & 103 READE STREETS, 


Gish iy AGENCY, 











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AND FORWARDING AGENTS, 
ar — Hueyage Adjugteys and Yugtivance Brokers, 
, PoeNTs FOR UNDERWRITERS IN CHINS/ BOMBAY, JAVA & ROTTERDAM, 
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NOTARIES, (Notaies for Hanover Nat'l Bank.) 


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HAYWARD, PARRY ER AACKLYN, 
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[ENCLOSURE] 





| HAYWARD, PERRY & FRANCKLYN, 

P.O. Bow 3791. — Ly ed EAS IYEAR Die PERRY 

(\. ; (yh Average Adjusters and Yugurnnce Brokers, 

: / , CUSTOM HOUSE BROKERS & Foner AGENTS, 
U ; NOTARIES, (Notaries for Han er Nat'l Be nk) * 


AGENTS FOR UNDERWRITERS IN CHINA, BOMBAY, JAVA & ROTTERDAM, 
Deere FineiordaeDte Die LRILIEA 
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Edison Machine Works, 


‘104° Goerck’ Street, 


New York, A. ect ae 188), 


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“which have been daséritod to y the sender of th following moasa Fie anes 


Erroracanbe easan StF eno sandr sation fo coimparion, “eS 
and thet the Oompany Wille cd anal aN seeieg ears transmission o: nig hton freon ted. 





he iia icusaze t {san 1 UNMEFEATED ae Gud {3 delivered by request of the sender, under ‘Y 
A. R. Beo'y. * NORVIN GREEN, President. a 
Dated. ’ : 188 / 
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VACHINGR 
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Cold: Rolled Shafting, : 
X cotter Machinery Agency, 
") SBnF O1ZING 
Tunito Rumery Wheels & ach’y, 121 CHAMBERS & 103 READE STREETS, 
2urrNe, wee | bu Yo ABE. 23... 
\ P.O, Box 4481 4499, —_ 







































































1 SRST eA ACE OD SEEN HDI SRT EEE CITE LAPD Ng! POOLE TOE 


/ MEMORANDUM. 
Fram the CREDIT LYONNAIS, | Toi Gs Zhen 
pM (Eaditable Bullding,) 120 Broadway. . 


New York,... sts Ze Ln A C_,.188 7 




















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1881. Electric Light - Electric Tube Company (D-81-030) 


This folder contains correspondence relating to the establishment and 
operation of the Electric Tube Company, New York City. Formed in 1881, the 
company supplied underground conductors for the Edison electric light system. 
Under the direction of John Kruesi, treasurer, the company furnished conductors 


for the Pearl Street central station of the Edison Electric Illuminating Company of 
New York. 


All the documents have been filmed. 


ELSE EERO Y SLATE PARSE NOR OT CORRES PSS TE 








The Edison Electric Light Company, 
. 65 Fifth Avenue, 
Norvin Green, Pres. . aes 
S. B. Eaton, Vice-Pres, 
E. P, Fabbil, Treas, 
_ C, Goddard, Sec'y, 


. ‘New York,.. 


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ANTHONY J. 


Ss DREXEL Bust 


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“ANTHONY 2 ‘THOMAS, 


RO. acer BOX 2960, 


DREXEL BUILDING 


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Geo. S. Malin. 


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[ENCLOSURE] 





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Lerter 7 oo LEN. Y. oo: 
HM Mir nye of Gor Vee : ee Leas 


__-Aprdi_22ne-188i— 
Edison Electric Tube Company: --~ 
Dear Sir:-- 


(1) It is not necessary to file copy: 


of. your by-laws with Secretary of State, nor any other papers at. - 


present. 
(2) The trustees or directors must all be 
stockholders and citizens of the United States, and a majority 


of them must be citizens of’ this State. 


trustees for the first year, I find’ ‘that _Messrs Thomas, Clarke 


and White are citizens of this State. The only thing to be at. 


tended to, is to take care that all the trustees shall be stock- a 


holders. 


(3): “If you will let us see the minutes of 


thé proceedings thus far, we will advise you whether they are’ 


ular. 


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Referring to your certificate, which names the 











THE ELECTRTC TUBE COMPANY, ; 


65 Fifth Avenue, 


po . New York, April 27th, 1981. 


4, oO 
At a mgcting of the Trustees of the above Company 
the 21st ins! wpit was resolved: 





sprees: Rebate eh bE eselel td of i 


“That a call of ‘thirty per. ‘cont be “immediately made 


upon the Stockholders.” 
In pupedence with the above; kindly send me _ cheque 


to the order of the Flectrie Tube PORE SD. for ae being 


thirty per cent on 30 shares (par $100) ae amount of your’ 


interest in the Company. 





Yours tru 








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| SOHN KRUES!, ‘Treas 
SAMUEL INSULL, Sec'y. 






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ease mate 65, Wane St. 


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_ SOHN KRUESt, Treas : 


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TA,EDISON: ESQ, 
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DEAR SIR3= 


.1 AM. DIRECTED -BY THE PRESIDENT TO MAKE 
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A’ CALL OF FIFTY=50=PER CENT UPON THE” STOCKHOLDERS, 
I SHALL, THEREFORE, BE GLAD IF YOU SEND ME A CHECK 
TO THE “ORDER OF THE TREASURER OF THE ELECTRIC TUBE 


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COMPANY FOR FIFTEEN HUNORED: DOLLARS BEING FIFTY: *. 


-~PER* CENT OF “THREE THOUSAND--DOLLARGs -THE- AMOUNT. ‘OF 


YOUR INTEREST: IN THE COMPANY. 





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1881. Electric Light - Foreign - General (D-81-031) 


This folder contains correspondence, agreements, and other documents | 
relating to the establishment of electric lighting systems in foreign countries. 


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No. 65. FIFTH AVENUE, 

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~ 65 Firth ‘Ave. City. 

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i Dear Sir: = 

“Iam diredted by President to inform ~:: 

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you. that a meeting | oO: the Directors of the Edison 

| Spanish Colonial ela, be held at the offic 

pe ee & Stone, 3 Broad st 

| at 3 P. M.Thursday, oth-February, z 

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John K.Vorter. Pp tow, axe Lowry. Son Ut Looe: 


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8s suggested in Jour confirmatory etter to Lowey, of the. instal~ 
tation in Inds of en. etpprimentel station for the purpose of 
ti1uatrating your inventions: this requirement fret appears. 
in your very teat 3 letter in ‘the correspondence, and 1 fing that 
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Dear Sir:-- 
Enclosed is first draft of proposed con- 
tract between parties for India. , 
I do not suppose it is complete, but I ! 
think it covers as drawn terms which both parties will not differ 
about substantially. As to added terms, kindly send me memoranda 
of such as you::desire. 


As this has been & great part dictated, 


please preserve your copy and return it to me with proposed amend- 


Respect’ y, 


Ments or additions:. 


To, 


Mr. Thomas Alva Edison. 











FABBRI & CHAUNCEY, 


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Haj. Ratonr—= 
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- Yours trnly,: 


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Thien Message fs an WNMEPEA’ MESSAGE, ond {s delivered by request of tho sender, under 
named above. 4 


, Moconditions 
A. R. BREWER, Seo’y. o Pd NORVIN GREEN, President. 





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This Co NSMITS DELIVE! 
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: . MANSMIEX® and DELiwnna ao 
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1881. Electric Light - Foreign - Europe (D-81-032) 


This folder contains correspondence, reports, and other documents relating to 
the establishment of Edison electric light companies in Europe. Among the 
correspondents are Joshua F. Bailey, Charles Batchelor, Ernest Biedermann, 
Grosvenor P. Lowrey, George W. Soren, and Drexel, Morgan & Company. Some of 
the Batchelor correspondence concerns the Paris Electrical Exhibition. Related 
material can be found in D-81-027 (Electric Light - Edison Electric Light Company 
of Europe, Ltd) and in D-81-035 (Exhibitions - Paris Electrical Exhibition). 


All the documents have been filmed except for duplicate copies of 
correspondence and copies of cable messages filmed in Letterbook, LM-001 
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tranomalaalen ordelivery,: oFFor nan aee eaty of any AxrsareD 
tecelved for pending the sam "spect tally Jnsured or-in inal 
avoldable tte: jor, tia ry working of Its Pines, oF 
none eli aera cee sn cetiaiaers s 
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lompany - ZRANGMIZE nd DELIVERS onl; onditions, Limiting sts 
high fave bee sar 7 the sender of We folloniigmeeniee oe Hantiog Ste Uabalty, 


ied ont message back to the sending station for compartso 
gpd the Company Srl lst ae Fatty our errors orcas ie franmission tng at very of Curepented va 
This fs an Um TED megs. by request of th sender, und 
‘ike message age ie 8 oy EEA: AGE and {s delivered iy Fea 6 jer, under 
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‘ALL MESSAGES TAKEN. BY THIS COMPANY SUBJECT. TO. THR FOLLOWING TERMS 


AT guard t mistakes or delays, the sender of a memare abo 
fa, (me mead equa mina grigiaaiing tice for comparison. , Vor thi: 
te tm addition,” 1¢ ta agreed between the sender of the folto 

_ \ pany, that sald Company shall Bot be Hable Lor mlatahat oF delareta 
» or for non-deli very, ofany UWREr EA’ 
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tranemtealon or delivery, or 7 MEPRATED Toessere be 
+ en Gran the same, ual ured 0 oeaner or rasleyearing from 
3¢ rer Oana " ae det oe thout ee aur, {a forward any mea 

ny other Company when necessary to reach its deatication. 
Scorrectne ta the trauamiasioa oF tesaages 19 any point on felines of this prscgua eerie 


yA. R, BREWER, | Seoretary: 


[order tt naraireo that 


woosuaen and this 
Sranscalesion of delivery, 
anage, whether happening by negligence of fis servants 


wie Saree rate”, 


‘beyond the ‘Lmoant recelwed for sending {he same 5 norfor mistakes or delaya in the 
rond fifty times the aum - 


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alam thereom 
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distance, Mo ame 


Inavzen by contract In writlug, stating agreed amouat ae a and parmeut of 
at the following rates, 10 addition to the usual charg messages, 

foran say stan. Dot sy tosetencl ee tee yaa fence foray grecte? 

vary res 

Mo responsibility rerarding messages aitaches to 2 js Company allt the came are ted 

and accepted at one of ite trauamtiting offices 3 and ifs mowers Is race Tice’ office by reset of tbe * 
y's speeeen cers he acts for tual, at narpote aa the agent of the se 
be delivered Wie aatabllahed frag ativers’ lsat of the termina 
ar dlianor,a spacial cuarne ‘will (be made to cover the eost of auch. 


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Wher eas. by an instrument da.ed Parch Ist LW. 
1881 madg by and bketwoen Thonszs A. Edison of tho first park 
Drexel, Morgan & Company of the second part, ond Egisto 
PR Paberd and Urosvonor P, howrey as Trustees, of rhelaniee 
part, the said Fdison did sousent and agree to Wive to 
| Drexel, Vorgan & Company sontrol and power to sell or othe 


orwise dispose of certain invontions made or te be made ' 


and letters patest therefor, granted or to ke granted in 
and for Sweden and Norvay, all as is more particularly 
set forth in said agreement of March Ist \.). 1691, to i 
\ which for greater Sortainty reforense is hereby made 
Now, in execution of Sartain provisions of, 
| and subjest in al] things to the terms of said avroemont. 
aud particularly fo such tams thoreof as relate te the 


extent and limitation in respect of time of the interost 


in such inventions and patents whish tay be acquired by 





Drexol, Morgan & Comany thereunder, T, Thomes A. Rdison, 
have mado, coustituted and appointed, and do hereby rake, 


eoustitute and appoint said Drexel, Forgan & Company and 








the said. firm as it may. be hereafter sonstitut ed and the 
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operation heroof, my true and lawful attorneys, irrevosable 
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for me aud in my same to take all proceedings and to make 

and sufficiently execute and deliver all writings nocessa= 


ry t° sesure in my same, or in the name of my assignees, ; 


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discretion and determine to do, lobters patent in and 

for Sweden and Norway for all my inventions, discoverios, 
improvements or devices of or relating to veans for devel~ 
oping of electric surrents and the application of the same 
40 uses of illurination or power or heating, boing such 
iuoventiong as sre Mere particularly deseribod in aai'd thew 
gre:meut of Vareh Ist AJD. S51, which T have made or: ay 
make before March Ist A.D, 19806, subject, hovevor, to sush 
limitation and determination of the interest of said Drox- 
ol, Morgan and Company in such invention and patents as 
arc provided in said agreement of Varch Ist A,D, 138), aud 
to sell all the eye title and intorast which T may at 
any bie hereafter have in all or any of such inventions 
or letters patont aforesaid or undivided or other interests 
therein or rights of any character thereunder] oe to wea 
lisenses or other rights to.use or enjoy 211 or any thore~ 
of either in the whole or in any part of the countries 
aforesaid, and for these ere for me and in my namo, 
if necessary, to mke, Sin, seal, stamp, acknovledge, 
verify, execute and deliver all deods, non teaste: sovepnants 
instrumout s of salo, assignments or’ licenses, or other 


writing of any ¢haracter which may be nesessary or proper 


STAR aroma AR Eta AE EIS RMON AIR, ARRESTS tit o stiemed rT har a cee 


“tha: judmhend of: my said attorneys to aesompl igh auy - 





of the purposes of my azxreement with Drexol, Morgan & CGom= 
pany as set a iu said instrument of March Ist AD 
1881 or any of the foregoing provisions of this pover. 

Aud T also empover my said attorneys, if it 


shall be ucse:sary or desirable for them so to do, in my 











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name $0 agree with the purechasors of any of my invoaitions 
discoverios, deviees or letters. pateit therefor of the 
character 8foressid, which shall te mide by or granted to 
mo before Marah first A,D, 1006, or the yrantees of any 
usdivided or other interes’: therelu, or of other ligenges 
or other rights to use cr enjoy any of the same that siueh 


purchasers or grantees shall respectively have Jike title 





or interests or rights to these sO avquired by them ro- 


Spestively in the inventions Or patents of a date prior 


to March lst |.D, 1200 in and tO all further invoutions 


whieh T uay make, and in and to all further patents 


whieh may be granted to me of the like character and for 





the countries aforessid at any time betyveear: Pareh lst ALD. 
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1886 end ‘he end of seventeen yours from March lst A.D. 


1881, with, power to my said attorseys, the said Drexel, 





Yong fa Quod Gompasy, and the said firm as it may be here= 
after constituted asd the legal surviving partners there- 
i of at any time during the operation of thbs instrument 
to appoint other attorneys or attomoy in thoir places and 


stoad, with the same powers and under the same conditions 





aod restrictions herein provided, and to revoke the powe 


i Pe oe OPO L, SUE H., Substituted, Abgorneys., or. 2b torn ey. at thei 






ee Provided, hovevers. tlat the. price for euch 
further inventions or patents made or granted after #arch 
Ist A.D. 1886 and before the end of seventeen years from 
Harch Ist A. 1882, shall bo approved by Mo,.or, 4f not 


approved by me, shall be fixed by the doeision of two of 





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three arbitrators, one to be appointed by wa, one by the 
purchaser or licensee, and the third by those two, and 

upon anon approval or fixing of a prise therefor, aud upos 
Such paymeot or sesuring thereof as my said attorneys 

may determine on, T SnnaS @ and empower them to srant and 
secure to sush jivahiwese or goat enews atosauara such 
further rivuht, title aod interest as aforesaid, aud for 
that purpose te do all such things as are above onuwnorated 
{nd a]] sueh other aets or things ag may be hecessary to 


be done in the premises, 


To Wituess Whoroof T have heremto set my 
hand und seal this first day of Karsh, one thousand ed ght 
hundred and ight y~ene. 


Thomas Alva Edison (Te Se) 





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in the presence of, 


SAL ate 
Rishard fT. 0’ Brien, 


State of Now York, 


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March Aone 1081 before me setsoualiy same igniee Alva 


Fdison, tO me known and known to ma to be the individual 





doseribed inand who executed the foregoing instrumont, and 
ho thes agknowlédzed te me that ho executed the same and 


for the uses and purposes therain mentioned 


























hand and affi 


ABD. 1321, 


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Tn Testimony Wheroof T have hereunto sat my 


xed my notarial seal this fifth day of Paresh 


Richard &.0’ Brien, 
Notary Publia, Kings Go, 


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VIENNA, APRIL JITHy 1881,. 


"HONORED SIRE 


YOUR ARTICLE IN THE OCTOBER NUMBER OF THE. NORTH AMERICAN 


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HAS GIVEN RISE TO [TS BEING 


REVIEWs THE SUCCESS OF THE ELECTRIC LIGHT 
PRINTED IN OUR SUPPLEMENTAL VOLUMEs. WHICH WE SEND YOU, 


ONE OF OUR FRIENDS, INCITED BY THIS ARTICLE, HAS EXPRESSED A WISH 


TO CONNECT HIMSELF TO THE EXTENT OF SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLARS WITH THE 


COMPANY FORMED. TO EXPLOIT YOUR INVENTION, 


WE BEG YOU,THEREFORE,TO ASK THE PROPER OFFICER OF THIS COMPANY 
Lo a . friar iy ee a 
TO COMMUNICATE WITH US HOW IT 18 BEST. TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS UNDERTAKING. 


WE TAKE. ADVANTAGE OF THIS OCCASIONS WHILE EXTENDING TO YOU. OUR. 
RESPECTS, TO REMIND YOU OF THE POPULARITY WHICH YOU NOW ENJOY IN VIENNA, 


'. MOST RESPECTFULLY» 
. ; , Fe Aa, MAMROSS, 
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PUBLISHERS DEUTSCHEM® ZEITUNG, . 




















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Thia Company Are a rene, 5) messages only on conditions, limiting abies, 
which have bee nakse 9 ing mesaxe, 
E Errors can ti anced Aealdat ony pias reficptins of message bi station for comfiparlson, 


tho nis rs named above. 
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fo 0e aid hewn & rhovecrgdly Kcecclticd Gees ett 
iery, edzehe Haze Leva hate eed parce te kev er (ned 
tre have fleuty Of frttucte feed Ale Lecter 
We tuata a Beatie. totry scecsrececey at HG OM fatale 
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ASerm.? B? Montmartre 15 





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LUMIERE ELECTRIQUE EDISON 


DIRECTEURS 2 gg 
Me LO chill SELL, 


* PALAIS DE LINDUSTRIE 
Salles 24% 25 





M.M.CHARLES BATCHELOR Y “td, 
OTTO A.MOSES . 
Représentants de M! EDISON 


©CLK.MHE- Lishees Af Laity 


33, Avenue de lOpera,33 


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fé (te corngpcengy ent Aolerce2tce. AE lipillig 


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hatte att Grapad z 4 SPEND eee Ce Date 


‘transratsaion' must: be :wiltton.on. the’ Message... 

thls Company for that preposo, under and .qubject ‘to. the, conditions - 

‘on: Kk hi , Wwhle! Deon: patoed . by the .° 
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| LEP} jee 20 
qth Toe Intertiationale  d’ Electricité — 
AAAS tia LUMIERE ia EDISON. 


Salles-24 (GES ex 
lee eas | Li, dt LO” Tbe EEC. SEAL 





OTTO A.MOSES 
: Racrésendants de M! EDISON 
Cth WA. Lasheire Jefe Bruty Wo y 


33 Avenue Seer 33 





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LUMIERE ELECTRIQUE EDISON 


5 eters? BY 
PALAIS DE CINDUSTRIE a 
Salles 24.25 “Ty 
: ORECTEURS ee . 7 i 
M.M.CHARLES BATCHELOR’: (Y Ltt, MeL bisa sat ahead te ees a o,..... 
OTTO A.MOSES j ; . 
Représentants de M! EDISON. .. 


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SRLAIS DE CINDUS TRIE - LUMIERE ELECTRIQUE EDISON. | 
_. Salles -24& 


é aS _ 
MiM.CHARLES BATCHELOR ; Sy Cpe/- ci AEGC 


OTTO A.MOSES - 





Représentants de M! EDISON 


Ch.M: Lishiuag Builyy 


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Wo Mee, | Ye 1 acheies athe Sfova Have 


33, Avenue de lOpéra.33 , 









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LUMIERE ELECTRIQUE EDISON | 


"PALAIS DE LINDUSTRIE 
: Salles 24% 25 oe 
OIRECTEURS 7; g 4. 
MM.CHARLES BATCHELOR « Litlitd, MeL erence Re? | ie 


OTTO A.MOSES 





Représentants de M! EDISON 






péera.dd 














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filling & paving. 

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LR, 4 : 17296, 419 

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481, 937° 
IN. 262,951 


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estinate vie ue cost oft tubes ie the laying of “the 


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net cost: prices. 

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‘per “wile. ‘, 
oLronmml Latent -S2y 90 


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The cost of the dynamo muchines and motors is us fol- 


GO light dynamo $380. Standard dynamo for central stu- eg 





"$5400. This lwachine will give 1990 Lights, One horse power 


ce or ‘about $100. Two horse power Hiotior 6150. Three hdtse noice 





reps 





7" Rour nerse power ‘motor $290. Five Horse power moter! 
alot $915. Neters will cost about $5,990 ane tiie metor balunde 


fart Weighing the plates $1:25,00. We cannes: give the actual cost 


a 
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‘or ‘sodkets as we obtain them fron outside partion, We pay ai 











‘cents for sockets with. cocks: and forty-ri¥3 sents for aeeke “ 


‘Ss. Without teks.” ‘ ee ye of via 


. Eetimats for Gentral Station outfit for 0 HeP. plant. 


i. Four * “‘Babeoek & Wilcox boilers complete erected " - $19; 000°: 
Nwo Iron Chimneys erected * ji 1.200 © 
Tron structure,iron platform & aria granted es 6 200°” 





Steam & Exhaust pipe conn ected  @’. 1.500 © 

Steam Pump’ & Pipes Spelt “Et 650° 

. Heater Peo oa og 1,250 

' Blower, Engine & Shafting | cm ess Bog ft 
‘? Four screw coal & ash conveyers © SETS 14200 Oe 
2 Nis" Two Ventilator Pipes : : 200 Mt *! 





i Station apo) iepteuyindseatoreiayivehes 8Ge ae 1,000" 


r 


“this estimate does not inelude the required founda: 





eFations in the building. 











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wz : Tanne» MESSAGE, mL Ecco | 














" "All CABLE MESSAGES recelved for tranamiuaton muat be rliten on the Masexe 
Blanks provided by this Company’ for. thut purpose, under and subject to the sonditlons 
Printed ‘thoroon; and on the back heroot, Mrtlele conditions haya. suena naree to My. the — 
asunder of the following message., 


‘AUR. ‘BREWER, Secretary. © - “.NORVIN. GREEN; President.: F 











Sidhe Bs ae one ee) 








See a a to Aen ten 


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“Blank No. 3. , 
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Tan por wres,ns rcaed te ea a ve nen aie = 

i “J v1 is Compal or that jot: 60, under and subject to the ra 

“printed thereo: ny aed on‘the Tek hereat mile conditions have dee ed: {0 the 
sonder.of. the the following message. ¥ 








the sender of ‘every message should order It repeated ; that is,telegraphed back from the termine of 


pti arc ere cage Miner foe nnee ono half the usual tolls of this Company, on that portion of its linea 


sald Ines to the Origlnating Oflcc, For such repeating, the sender will bo charged In addition, 


4. ; 
a Mae ts Gomnaty will not assume any responsibility in respect to any Dlessnge usrone adie wae caesar 
, d this Company, that sald Company shall not be Ilahle for mistakes or delays in , 
It Je agreed between the sender of the following Blcveage an’ ib exld. Company shh for sale aller hips pecoporveeta pase 
si yond the amount of that portion tgs 
or for non-dellvery to the next connecting Telegraph Company, of any unrepcatod measago, ; é ee Te a ee ets aeelanliGa 
"er ¢ his, and the other companies, by whose Jinca such mcasage may pt ton; 
acerue to this Company out of the amount recelved from the sender for t! ; ra Nok or Me 
i {on or delivery, or for non-dellvery to the next connecting Telegrap . 
and that thls Company shall not bo IMablo for mistukesin tho tranemlss! ” Soo ee eer ane Conpane aha aol 
thle Company from tho sender for repeating such meseago over . 
+ message, beyond fifty times the extra sam received by : Tae at ie ale Comune ts boreby 
‘kings of itelince, nor for crrora in cipher or obscure meveag 
be llablo in any-caeo for delays arlsing from interruptions in the working F Hs Soe eee eta entltathoae 
der, without Hability, to forward any message over tho lincs of any other company ‘ 
made toe iektherhes pies Mable for iaages ja any caso, where the claim {4 not presented In writing, within thirty days after the eonding of the messare, 





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, To guard againet mistakes on the lines of this Company, the sender of every mosaaze ehould order It repeated ; that fe, telegraphed back from the terminus of ~+ 
t sald ines to the Originating OfMlce. For such repeating, the acnder will be charged In addition, ono half the usual tolls of this Company, on that portion of {ts nes 

over which auch meusage passes, ‘ 5 : : . 
3 Tihils Compuany-_will not assume any responsibility In respect to any Messnge beyond the terminus of its own lines; and 
* It Is agreed between tho sender of the following Mevaage and thia Company, that sald Company shall not be able for mistakes or delays In transmission or dellvery, 
or for non-dellycry to the next connecting Telegraph Company, of any unrepeated message, beyond the umount of that portion of tho charge which may or shall 
accrue to this Company out of tho amount received from the sender for this, and the other. companies, by whose lines such messago may pass to reach ite destination ; 
* and that th{a‘Company shall not bo Ifablo for mistukes In the tranemisifon or dellvery, or for non-delivery to the next connecting Telegraph Company, of any repeated 
_ | Message, boyond Afty times tho extra sum recelved by this Company from the sender for repeating such messago over Its own Hnes ; and that this Company shall not 
{ be Ilablo in any case for dcloys arising from interruptions in the workings ofits llfics, nor for errors in cipher or obscure messages, And this Company Is hereby 

mado the agent of the sender, without lability, to forward any message over the Nnos of any other company to reach Its destination, 5 : ‘ 
‘This Company {s not to be Mablo for damages fu any case, whore the clalm lvnot presented in writlog, within thirty days after the sending of the message, ~ 
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{TO SIGISMUND VON KLEIST] 














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PALAIS. DE EINDUSTRIE LUMIERE evecTRIgUE EDISON 


Salles 24825 





/RECTEURS 
M.M.CHARLES BATCHELOR 
OTTO A.MOSES 


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Représentants de M! EDISON 


CMM Pishag Buy 


33, Avenue de TOpéra,33 


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ve AM - Pravenes " LUMIERE ELECTRIOUE EDISON 
: Salles 248% 25 
easter at FB je Sdeuhe, Lie, jple 


M.M.CH, 
OTTO A.MOSES ca 
Représentants de M! EDISON ° 


Pre WA SCA Luly 


83, Avenue de Opéra.55 





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of ‘ 
. 4) newear 
1, Wr Thomas Alva Edison rosiding in Now 
York, represented by Mm Joshua F.Bailey, now residing in 
Paris, 33 Avenue de 1’ Qpera, under povers hereto anne xod, 
. | Qe The Fdison Electric hight Gompiiny of 
Europe, Limited, of Ney York, represented by Mn Joshua 
P.Beiley, (of the ebeve address) under powers hereto an= 
nexed, and hereinafter called tho Light Gompany. 
Mr Edison and the Tight Company savin sane 
Jointly and jointly and severslly 
of the one part 
‘and Mr. Charles Porgss residing at No. 2 Rue Blanche, 
Paris, 
and Mn Elie don residing at No. 1 Rue Lesueur, 
Peris, . 
~~of the other pert 


It hes been declared as follows: 





Mr. Edison and the Light Gompany being ao Sins 
ous to secure the turning inte value of the patents takon 
out and to be teken out in the different countries of 
“Europe, hereinefter enumerated for the inventions of Nr 
| Edison for the measurement, distribution and application. 
of a ccieiaal currents for the production of Light “and 


: i x . \ 
motive power; and ¥n Porges and Nn Léon boing di sposed.3- 





to undertake the fingecial end comrercial arrangements | ~ 


required for thet purpose the parties (hereto) have muta 
ally'agreed as follewsi =~ 
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ART. 1. 


Rr. Porges end Kr Leon undertake to, form 
within ea period of six wa ek 3 from the date heroof thie 
Joint stock corpeanies under the provisions of the law of 
July 24th 1367, nemely: 

1, The Manufacturing Company. 

Be The Corspany of Exploitatiots 

3. . The Isolated Installation Gonpany, 


Which Compenies shall work and act under the 


, heroinafter prescribed conditions: © 


ART.” 2. 

The duretion of the Gompany of Exploitation 
shall be fifty yeers, with B cepital of One million of 
frances, divided into Four hundred shares of Tyo thousand 

nok 
five hundred franes each, which shall. be divided into s 
greater number of shares of smaller amount during five 
years. Mr. Edison and the Light Company undertake hence- 
forth jointly end severally to bring to such iebaniy 
ell the patents di aad tation out such'as thoy are with 
out any other guarantee than that of their existence; by 
Mr. Edison for the seid inventions as wall as for all 
Materials and appeurutus which ean be utilized for produc 
ing light; or motive power, end for the sale theroof as 
rerards working or menufecture. Mn Fdison and the Light 


Company also undertake to bring to the Gompany all patonts 


for new inventions te be taken out by Mr Edison during 











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j five years from the date hereof. 
i 
j This covenant shall only apply to the follow 
} 
ings Ccountrios: 
t lst: Pranee and the French Getonted: 
| (Paris end its neighborhogd, Versailles 
\ included, excepted), 
i 
| 2nd: Belgium. 
3rd: Denmark, 
i “ath: The German Empi ree | 
Sth: Sustria and Yaayary. 
Gth:. Russias : 
. j 
: | Th: Italy. — . 
Bth: Spain (the Spanish Golenios excepted) 
These being #11 the countries in whieh Mn 
Edison has teker out petents for the inventions heroin 
| above written; the United Kingdom of Great Britain and 
| Treland, Portugel, Sweden and Norway are not comprised 
in this aesignmont, 
Be : Wicheme Edison and the hight Gomnany 
. unde rteke during five years dating from the day of the 
signature hereof to give 40 the Exploitation Company all 
i such doscriptioas, drawing or models as may be necessary 
for taking out petents fer all inventions or improvements 
‘ in ell the ‘countries comprised in this agreement, and 





aftor the oxpiratien!of the said five years Nr Edison 


expressly undertekes for a furthor period of tvelve years ||, 


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and without other puerantee than that of their axistenee 


to fumish whatever may be requisite for taking out pate 


eats for inventions made by him dy ring thot period, and 


a ay 2 . 
., “Such patents shall as hereinafter mentioned, be of ferd 


to the Exploitation Gurpany, 
Al] sueh patents shall be taken ‘out in the 


hame of Kr Edison, but the Preprietary rights of the exe 


ploitation Company in the said patents shall be the syne | 


as these hereby sranted as te existing patents, ALL 
expanses reg esa in furnishing deseriptions, drawings 
or rodels shall be berne by the Rxploitation Company as 
well es ell fees and expenses incurred and paid for the 
teking out of ney patents from this date. 

All the petents heretofore takon out and 
furming the objoet of the present brinving in of capital 
shell be delivered to Messrs. Porgee end Lion within 15 
days from the date hereof to ba handed over by chen to 
the Exploitation Gompanys These Sekenue shall remain 
in possession of the Joint Stock Company and shall be at 
the dignoretien of Hn Edison ant of the Tight Company for 


the exercise of their rights es he reinafte r specified. 


Should such delivery be delayed from any cause shateceyor: 


beyond the said fifteen days the pari od allowed to Nesars 


Porges end Loon to form the said Companies shall not com~ 


mence to run until the date on which the said delivery 


shall have been made, but shall then bo reduced to fair’ 




















weeks from the date of thy suid delivery 







Kr Edigon and the tiuht Gompany also und r= 
take when requested to do soto Co-operate in the ful-. 
Filment of the logel formalities nevessary ty sacure to 
, the Exploitation Company the exelusive right to said pate 
ents already tekern cut or which may hereafter be taken out 
| and which form the object of this agroomant. 

Tha Light Company is prohibitod from working 


directly ovr indirectly the inventions of Nr Bdison as ron 





gpects olectric lighting or mative power in all European 
Counties in which the legislation dogs not allow patents 
i It is understood that said patents as regants 
€ll other objects than those above specified raiain the 
sole property of Nr. Edison and the Tight Company, and that 
the Exploitation Compsny shall only have exclusive ovnore 
| ship in respect to the objects hereinabove expressed. 
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If the lews of other countries than France 
| do not sallow divided ownership. in patents in the manner 
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Bi horein provided for, MM Edieon and the Light Company shall | 
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transfer to the Sxploitetion Company the exclusive right a 





H to the use cf said petents for the objects determined in 
| the recital and Article 2 hereof, : 
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The Exploitation Company has in view tho sale 





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putting into velue in any form whatsoever of the said 







































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patents mGey subject to tie followings conditions, 
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i The capital of the szid Gempany shall bo an~ 


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ployed conformably to the decision of the Boerd in roa sgpoct 


thereto, in gach experimen ts, installations and advertise~ 


Ment &G&, as it may deem expedient having ia view the 
attainment of the ebject just above indicatad 


In return for these grants by Mn Edison and 


the Light Company the Light Gompeny shall receive founders 


shares in the Exploitation Company piving it the richt to 


80 per cente of all profits realized by the said Company 


but subject to the following reservation 


All the profits shall be assignad as follows: 


1st: To the payment of the general oxpenses. | 
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2rd: Tao the legal reserve of one-twentieth 





i of said profite. 

Srd: "Te the usaal porcentaye allowad to ° a 
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: 4th: To the re-payment of tho shares at par | 
is Sth: be the founders shares and dividend’, | 
bearing shares to replace the repaid ‘capi tal 


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share Se sO i 


‘The profits eecuring to the founders shares 


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‘i’ and to the dividend bearing sheres ‘shall be divided in the 


folloving proportions whatever may be the increase of cap 


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Twenty per cent. to the dividend bearing shares. 





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In all sales or conveyances of patents or of 


the rights attaching the rete the rights hereby reserved by 


Mr Edison and the Light Compeny shall bo oxpressly presery~ 


ade 


The totel sale of one or more patents ina 


Furopean State or the granting ef licenses for the whole 
of one of these states, shell not be valid without the 


oxpraess consent given io wri ting of the Light Company. 
When the price of petents for 2 town or re 
tion shell be fixed at e certain amount, thet amount shall 
be determined etvordiny te the number of initpt vente a3 
expleined in the folloving paragraphi~-- 
It is understcoad that when there is a question 
of granting permission to work these patents ‘for a whole 
town or whold dist tict by supplying electric ‘cueeonte 
from # Common central sta¢ion, the Exploitation Company 
shall anly grant such eaneeeticn ‘to a local company having . 
a share capitel of at least two millions of francs for 
each hundred thousand inhabitants ee in such said propor= 
tion) in the seme territory, and the ried to be pain for 
such concession shell not be ee than 45 per cent. of such 
Capital, The necessary agreements shall at tha same timo 
be entered into to give the Exploitation Gompary Like 


proportion of all future increase of capital of such Tocal 


Companys 


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i The Tisht Company reserves to itself the 

right ta aces or decline #11 agreements which the Rxploi< 
tetion Gompany mey desire to ieke under the last paragraph 
of the preceding artieles, and without such aceeptance no 

i agreement shell be velid, and therefore the Light Company 1 
shall siyeify its. acceptences or refusal either directly 

! or by its duly 2ccredited attorney in Paris within fifteoon 
days frar the date of the notifieation which shall hve 
been made to it of the draft cf the agreement by the Ex-- 
ploitation Company at the of fice of the Light Company in 

i Paris. . ( 
ART. G. If availing itself of the 


powers reserved to it by the preeadimy article the Light 


Company should decline the dreft agreement proposed by 


the Exploitation Gompany, the Tight Company shall be bound 








to find « purchaser within three months of tho’ date of 


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such refusel on more favorable conilitions than those prom i. 


posed by the Exploitation Company ant to of far such purchas- 


er for the approval of the said Company. In such. event 


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the Exploitution Company shall always have the right to . { 


20 por cent. of the profits arising from all agrooments is 


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: which may be made by the Light Company. If on the contron 





ry, the Exploitation Company should be unable to find & 


purchaser within the space cf three months on more favore 




















eble Conditions the Explcitation Consens shall be ontitled 
for ell. agreementes subseyuently made by it for that end 
es fron the first agreement proposed by it to 5 por cent. 
of the profits by way of indemnity to be paid by the Tight 
Company in cddition to the ehove mentienesd 20 per cent. 


ART 7. 


The Exploitation Company when granting concess— | 


tons for seid patents or any cf them to other ax plol tation 
Compenies, shell stipulate (ueless the laws of the country 
in which such Gonm:peanias are organized forbid) that one 
third at least of the werbers of the Board of such Compa- 
nies shall be nominated by the Exploitation Company which 
undertakes vith the hight Company te reserva to tho Lattor 
the option of nominating at least one of the three dirac- 
tors’ thich may be nominated by the Exploitation Company 

Tha Exploitution Gompany shall reserve to ite 
self the rivzht of ventrolling the parties acquiring patents 
or liconses for fiatents so that guch patents shall only 
be used in accordence with the janeeaeiue granted then. 

; ART, 8 

The number of members of the Board of the Exes 
ploitation Company shell not be less than three The 
Directors shall be numinated accorling ta law for a period 
of three years, end the Light Compeny shall have the power 
to nominate one-third of the statutary members of such 


Board, 


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The Exploitation Company should it wish to 


procoed to make isclated installations or experiments in 


Paris must, for that purpose, obtain the consent of M. 





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K Leon or his assigns toe whem the Tight Company has giver 


the option of Coming e company for the working of Edison 
Electric Light patente in Paris, end its neighborhood 

Versailles included under the terms of a contract dated ‘ 
| : The Exploitation Gompuny shall elso undertake 


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in case Mossieurs Porges and Leon or their assigns should 


form a company for the working of Sdison Patents in Paris 


i to ro~assign to such company the installations made by the © 





; Exploitation Company snd that at the cust price plus 15° 
: per Cent. profit. . : 


: The Exploitetion Company shell undertake 





to bear the expenses and fees to be paid by both parties \} 
for this agreement, es well as tho expenses of the ox pat 
iments which shall subseyuently bo made at the Paris Opera : a 
House should they rot be paid by the partie’s to whom the 
right of working such patents in the City of Paris and its 
neighborhood, including Versailles, May be pranted , 

ART. 100 - 


. In case MLéon or his assigns should not form 


within six weeks of the date hereof the Gompany which thoy - 
have tho option of forming for the working of Edison Bloc- 


tric Light Petents in Paris and its neighborhood including” 














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4 Versailles the right of working said patents in Paris and 


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| its neighborhood including Verseilles shall belong to the 


| Exploitetion Compenay and shall be voverned in all raspeets 


by the conditions of this agreement. 





; Hn Edisen and the Light Gompany shall havo 
the right to beceme parties boge the c with the Exploitation 
Compeny to any proceedings For gate niemedd of said vatants 
| or any other proveuding in respect to said patents which 


the Exploitetion Gompany Tay evonsider necessary to institute 


4 or which mey be instituted against it. v 





ART. ill. 





For all other new inventions made by Nn Edi~ 


son during the perio cf twelve years following the five 
| years provided for by Article 1, or for a1] patents taken 
j out for the sasne inven tions in the countries comprised in 
| this agreement, Nn Edison shell of fer the sule of the pate 
ents to the Exploitation Company for the seme end and within =. 


“| the seme limit es for existing petonts. 





In case ¥n Edison and the Exploitation Gompany 





cannot ares upon 4 p rice, the parties hereto undertake 





to have the sine decided by erbitration 


ART. 12, ‘i 






Messieurs Porges * Léon undertake et the same 





time to form a joint steck company under the provisions of 


the above mentiened lay with a capital of One million five 





hundred thousend francs for the manufacture of the material 












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aod apparatus necessary to werk the above nemed patents. 

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| The said Menufecturing Company shall issue 
| and hand to the hight Compeny founders Shares entitling 


{ ait to 50 per cent. of the net profits wietever may bea tho 


increase of its capital. i 


The Exploitation Company shell authorize tho 


Manufacturing Campany to ranufeeture under said vatents, 


4 but no sale shall be made in eny of the abeve named coun 


tries to any perser whe shall net have obtained a licanse 7 


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from tho Expo iaon Company. - 


The Nenafee turing Company shall supply all the. 





necessary 2pperatas to the Exploitetion Company, or par- 





ties licensed by it at a profit not excesding twenty por 


cent. and xn béon engegee fer himcelf and his principals 


in virtue of the contract of June? 1981 to author~ 








ize the seid Menufecturing Company to have its manu Cactory 


a in Paris, 








The profits of the Manufacturing Company shali 


il. be appropriated as follows: 





j aly - 7 pe the payment of the general, expenses. - 
i 2e To the legal reserve. | | 
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follawsiq= 
1. Fifty per cent. to the founders sharos 
. a, itty pew cent to the share capital. 
ART. 13, 

The authority to be granted to the Manafact are’ 
ing Company shell ret be exclusive, but Messieurs Porges 
& Leon or the Fxploitetion Company as theifr liconsee may 
orgenize or enue to be orpanized other Nanufacturing Gom 
‘panies in France or ebroad for tho same objocts and under 
the seme ésnaelions but reserving in all cases the same 
Proportion of eae G ths Lipht Company and causing such 
Proporticn of wtanite to be represented in these countries 
where the laws ellow it, by founders shares aquivalent to 
that allowed by the laws of France, 

ART, 14. 

Messieurs Porges & Leon algo undertake to 
organize ehother Compeny for the working Se Sale of licon~ 
soo to work isoldtad ‘plant sutside of installations for 
which the light is stipplied by a contral station 

Such Company shall have a Capital of One mil~ 
lion franes and shall create anil remit to the Light Company 


founders sheres ssewring te the latter sixty per coat. of 


tho net profitse 


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The profits of such Company shall be appro = 





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1. To the paynent of the genaral expenses. ¢* | 





2s To the leval reserve. of ond tyvontieth 
| of such profi tee 

3. To ‘the usual customary allowance to tho | | 
Directors. ‘ 

4, To, the re-paynent of the shares at par 


5. All remaining profits shalj bs dividod 





cs follouws:-~ 
Sixty por cent. to the said founders shares 


end 


Forty per eont, to the dividend bearing shares. 


The special aim of ssid Company shall be to 


population of ten thousand inhabitants or under as vell as 





ell installations of isolated lighting oven in towns of leas 
more than ten thousend inhabitents. 


This right to meke installations of isolated 





livhtinu in eny town whatever its population shall eegase 





whon a centrel station shall have been established in such 
towns by the exploitetion Company which Company or its 


concessionaires shall ther have the exclusive right in such 


| towns dating fro: the dey on which such central station 
chall be established without prajgudice to the rights previ-~ 
: ously acquired by the livensees of the Isolated Installation 
2 Company. 


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ho case grant working licenses en bloe but shall always 


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The Light Cempany shall have tha right to 
nominats onsehalf of ‘the Statutory directors of the Tsole='' 
aS 
ted Instellation Gompenys 
It is understeed by derogation frum the pre- 
ceding parspraphs of this ertiele that the Bxploitation ~ 
Company Shell have the right to authorize the yorking of 
towns of ter thousend inhabitants or unter by a central 
station, end it may goede the whelo of such towns to 9 lo ~ 
Cal Compeny organized for civeds wadidase The profits arising 
fran such grant shall wholly belong ty tho Exploitation Come 


pany and not to the Isolated Installation Company. 





Tt is eieetiy understood that such grant of 
towns of ten thousand in cheb tants’ or ander, can never take 
wake except for igolated towna separately, and in ao Case 
for several towns tagechon.: 

; ART, 15. 

The Exploitation Company shall grant. ‘Ane now 
cessary authority to the Tsolated Installation Comiany as 
well gs te the Menufee turing :Company in order-to dite to each | 
of said Companies the requisite rights to avail within tho 


Limits of the pacensss which shall be. grantel to them a oan 





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existing or future patents. 





ART, 1G. 
In order to carry out this agreement, Nn 

Porges Chooses es his residence Noe 27 ruo d¢ la Shaussee 
d?Antin Peris snd Nn Léon chooses No. i rue Lesueur Paris 
as his ebode. Anil the Light Company and Mn Edison eloct 
33 Avecue de l’ Opera, Paris, with privilege of jurisdice- 
tion before the Gourte of the Dapartment of the Seine 

2 Executed in duplicate in Paris Nove 15th 1991 
in presence am wi th the congent of Kn G.P.towrey, Goun- 
sellor-at-Law of New York and of Mm Charles Bategelor. 

Reed and Approved. 
(Signed) J, Ff. Bailey. 
(Signed) GP. ewes yo 
Chas. Batchelor: 

Read and Appreveds | _ Read and Approved. 


(Sd.) Cherles Pe mes. (Sde) E. Leone 


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Bruxelles. 
December lst 1881. 


My dear Mr. Lowrey- 


Your most kind and friendly note from L’ pool 


reached me in London just before my departure for here, where 


I have been for some time concluding all the arrangements 
incidental to the formation of a company to work our Belgian’ 
Petents. I am glad to say my task has just been finished, 
and T go to London on Sunday next- I have got @ powerful 


group of Antwerp and Brusselé: bankers abd merchants to form 






our’ ¢¢ iy, which was duly registered on the 28rd ult. as 


the" Se t6 Bélge « et Hollandaise @ Blectricité” Capital 


Peanos ‘Sy “000, 000==" in: 20, 000 § sheres craitnary : ‘of °250 for each 


and f008 founders parts, of which we “(the Force and Lumiere 
ar ae 
Coe) det 10,000 shares ordinary. and #0001 or al. piaeans 


PEGEOe which-are entitled to 45 ber goats: of ooh profits left 
after paying 6 per neues on the ordinary ahereey: ae the 
capital has been subscribed firm, and the egnpany now starts 


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‘ as the first *baby” or offshoot “of, our mosher ‘Conpeny: 











vo eo ne 


The time has now come to make electricity 

go and produce positive results; in short, to raise it from 
the region of speculative science into that of sound commercial 
enterprise. I need scarcely say that those who cam now. take 
advantage of the furore for Electric Companies and get first 
into the field of practice will have an immense pull over fu- 
ture comerse This is what we are pushing for ani what 1 have 
to som extent achieved in 4 small way to be sure, but this 
is e small country and I am quite satisfied with our beginning. 
During the course of the next week or ten days I hope to bring 
out our English Company with a million sterling capital, and 
if one may be permitted to judge by the excitement which I 

am told by telegraph from London, existed today on the prignt=. 
on line experiments of railway lighting, I think our financial 
success in Great Britain is assured. I have only the telegram 
as yet, but it would appear the trials, which for three days 
past have been going on, and the public inauguration today 
were a marked success. I shall send you the newspaper reports 
and no doubt your people in rondoa will inform you direct as 


I sent invitations to Messrs Fatbri & Johnson to attend 











We had also a very satisfactory result at the 
Society of Arts mee ting on the 23rd in Paes OR: Professor 
Thompson read a paper on the SP OERES of Pactrig energy and 
Secondary batteries, wherein Faures accumulation had a very 
high place and was the only one which entered intg practical 
Competition, having kept the lecture hall well illuminated by 
80 of Edison's B, Lamps fed from 82 cells during the whole eNen- 
ings I send you Copy paper. . 

In the tee field we had another triumph 
on Tuesday last, when the Solicitor-General, with Mr Webster 
QC. and Mr Pollard in Consultation with Messrs. Carpmael, J ohn- 
son, Professor Ayrton, Sir William Thompson and others after an 


exhaustive criticism of all existing patents and inventions 


relating to this matter, declared that Faures Patents were valid 


and tenable; Ast, because ‘the invention itselr: Was ‘new, and 
2nd, because its application was unq ues ti onably hovel. . Their 
official opinion to this effect Will be delivered in writing 
in a day or tWo ‘and I shall send you. Copye 


Ihave carefully and cautiously made enquiries 


in Paris and here regarding the standing of Mr Porges, and T 














am glad to be able to assure you that you could not be in better 


hands. He has means, good friends, and is persqally an hones? 
man, Viola mes vensebansnte: I find he has inaugurated his 

new Bank and in the uddress to his shaveneldara he alludes to 
the Edison contract for purope, but says his Bank will only 

risk 50,000 frs- or $10,000 as their share of the capital, This 
of caurrse means nothing, and is merely put forth as a sort of 
@ssuraunce as to the prudent nature of the transactions the Bank 
means to embark in. No doubt Mr Porges group is sufficiently 
etehe to ie Ge alone and the Bank only enters for form suke. 

I have written to Mr. Enews Shout the origin of his incandescent 
lamps and as to whether there was any publ isetion ma de at the 
time, many years ago, describing the daventice: T have no reply 
from him as yet, bit I am assured there was a. commaieation made 
to the ‘Acaddinie des Sciences ae may be ‘found in the annals 

or proceedings of that body.’ ; r shall ‘ty to ane at the date 
and have @ search I however have not much confidence in his 


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formed we mean to tackle the Savoy Theatre with Faures accumu~ 
lator am Edison’s Lamps, and go on to other theatres; but I 


think Mr. Edison will come to give us a lamp of 20 to 30 candle 


power with only the same resistance and length of cgyrbon 


as his B. Lamp. This will be indispensable for_certgin uses 


and places. 

Then again I look to him through your good 
self to produce a 100 candle lamp for street lighting as a 
competitor to Arc lights; and you will see ere very long that 
this must be the solution of the- problem for publie lighting. 

There is no officigl dediapetion of the cor-~ 
poration of London ré the Are being thrown out; but I know, 
Rom reliable sources it ig to come and soon. “And now I have 
given you all the news I can get on such matters. I am sein 
to ask you to write me a ay if in your Reteses for the 
éecieeee of t he garepesn Patents, “you: have included Hollgnd 
(Nether ands) There are no patents there, oe if you have not 


specially mentioned it in your: transfer it becomes free to you- 


as it is ad wold to any one else, to use MM Edism’s processes 


and inventions.’ I ask this, because my step son-in-law, the 


















Badon de Van den Bogarde de ter Bongge is a very distinguished 
engineer and has great infouence at tha Court there and being 
interested with me in electricity, would like to have a pe rmi s— 
sion even of a negative kind; . of cairse giving cmsideration 
for it, from Mr. Edison to employ his system there; can you 
help me in this direction? Pray convey my kindest regards to 
Mademe Lowrey, aha ROniag soon to have the pleusure of hearing 
from you, I remain | 
Very sincerely yours, 
Ricarde Seaver. 
P.S. Your friend Mr. Swynyard did not call during my stay in 
nantes bus may have done so since I left; T shall be very 
pleased to see him on my return. TI presume he was at Brighton 
today. Kind regards to Col. Mackay. Please inform 
him of all that goes on which may interest hime 
Please address; London, Conservative club, 


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Remarks of President Charles Porg>s, 

It rests with me gentlemen,to say something upon what we have 
already done and the course we intend to follow in the direction 
of the Central Bank of Commerce and Industry. Tt is well at 
once to state bhat we intend to conduct business but not politics. {. 
We have the good fortune to count among our administrators , D 
some political men justly estoemed who have Come to aid our 
business and not to mix with questions which they undestand 
how to treat in another sphere. It is true however, that we are 
all Republicans, 211 partisans of the actual goverment, all 
friends of progress and light. bay: first work Will be to en- 
lighten the world (laughter) that is to, say, to put in practices 
the patents of Mr Rdison for the application of Electricity for 
the production of- Motives powerand light. These patents we 
shall introduce over the whole Ruropean continent except Portugal 
and Sweden. The organization of éompani aa of this kind is very 
complicated on aceount of the considerable divergence which 
exists between the legislation (laws) of France and America. 
The negociations have been laborious but we have at last a 
formula which has given satisfaction to Mn Rdison and to 
ourselves. 

Without going into the details of our future operations, 
T ‘would cay tae We intend to form three companies. One will 
bear tho name of the Bdi son Continental company, which will be 
charged to make avai bable the processes of that inventor in all 
the countries for which, we authorized to treate To this effect 
particular or special companies will be formed at Vienna, 
Berlin, Rotie, Nadrid, ina word, in all fh principal cities 


of Europe with participation of our company in the profits. 














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The sum of a million which constitutes the first issue of shares 
is not very considerable, but you know that small beginnings 
often lead to great results. 

T would not conceal from you that in its essence this 
business iS even very contingent, but if we surround pukesives 
with all possible precautions, and act only after a careful 
examination of the reports presented by our engineers we 
believe that we can attain happy results. The sulogy of Mn Edi~ 
‘son's inventions is superfluous, but never-the-less Other in- 
ventors might discover somet hing better. In putting all the 
chances against, us, but one million could be lost in which our 
bank could @nly los» 5sno0dderr if the Board of Directors accept 
"my proposition. According to approximate calculations there is 
@ groat chance for the 50000frn to produ:ze an annual: resinus of 
about the same sum. : 

The total interest of the Bank in the three companies 
Will not exceed the sum of £75, 000fr.. 

The Second company will be a manufacturing company 
whose works established in the vicinity of Paris, andswill be 
directed by Mr Bachelor one of. the err co-laborers of 
Mr Edison. No rival company will be Placed under the direction 
of so efficient and competant engineer. possessing the most 
consummate practical experience than he, for, he has followed 
from the commencement to the end the studies of Mn Rdison and 
directad during two years at Nw York similar compani oS 
I believe ther sfore, that even should Certain processes of Mr 
Edisons fall into public hands the possibility of Whiak we- 
absolutely contest, our company would still have a marked su- 


Periorty over those which exPloit the application of electricity 


for illumina ion. 








3. 
Finally, the third company (this multiplicity of 
companies aay appear strange but there are in New York five 
companies of the same kind as ours and having the same object 
in view} The third company’s object, will be the eStablishnent 
of isolated plants for the pur pose, of lighting large stores, Ms 


railroad depots, printing establishnents, &c. In these estab~ n 


lishnents plants can be put without requiring the sanction 





of the municipal authorities for opening trenches. Thi sj 1 
company would also be the first to movee We have already a 
eonsiderable number of orders from various establi shnents A \ is : 
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of La Patite Republique Francaise” The Green room of the : 
Grand Opera &e. It seems +0 me gentlemen iat T have edad Snough 
to show you that this is no ordinary business affair, and en 
it presents 2 Serious prospect of profit, Now,as to the course 
We calculate tO pursue in the general management of our Bank 
I may-I believe dispenéa with by saying, that it will be very 
discreet. You know how I managed my own affairs for a long 
time, and how oppoSed I am to peaGtateens 

We have in addition certain chances Of profit which 
are not to be despisod. We have tho good fortune to possess 
among our largest shar gholder's; directors of the Bank of Paris 

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of the Comptovr d’escompte, of the Societe Generale, of the 
Banque Franeo Fgyptisnne. 

Gentlemen T will no longer detain fou and.if nobody 
desires to speak T shall adjourn the meeting, convinced that all 
of you carry with +08 the impression that you have just inaug- 


urated 4 business which has serious prospects of succssse 


AY 
The meeting adjourned at 415 P. M 


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1881. Electric Light - Foreign - United Kingdom (D-81-033) 


This folder contains correspondence, agreements, and other documents 
relating to the establishment of the Edison electric light system in the United 
Kingdom. Among the correspondents are George E. Gouraud, Edward H. Johnson, 
and Drexel, Morgan & Company. Much of the correspondence concerns the Holborn 
Viaduct central station in London. There is also correspondence from William 
Thomson about his tests of the Edison light. 


All the documents have been filmed except for duplicate copies of 
correspondence and copies of cable messages filmed in Letterbook, LM-00! 
(Letterbook Series). 














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. 446, STRAND, W.C., 
FAURE'’S ELECTRIC ACCUMULATOR. 
STORAGE OF FORCE, STORAGE OF ELECTRICITY. 








By means of Vaure'’s Accumulators Electric energy can ‘be stored und retained to bo re-distributed as 
and when required. 

Sir William Thomson’s oxperiments have demonstrated, beyond doubt, that not more than 10 % of the 
electric energy passing through tho Accumulator is lost, and this loss is cortainly less than tho averago leakage 
of Gas in its transmission through the pipes. 

With Tauro’s Accumulator a steady divided light, of any intensity required, can bo obtained in incandes- 
cont lamps, irrespective of their resistance. At tho samo time, Electric enurgy can be continually produced and 
stored, and thus a very great saving is effected, as by the aid of tho Accumulator, the Steam Engines and the 
Dynamo-Electric machines can run without cessation during the whole 24 hours of the day. 

But where Faure’s invention is of tho greatest valuo, is in its capability of concontrating and transporting 
motive power, and in its uso in tho place of animal and mechanical force, so that at will, and at all times, the 
required amount of power can be had for purposes of traction, and working engines of every kind throughout a 
town, or for ‘ploughing, thrashing, or other agricultural purposes in the country, or for propolling vessels, 
barges, and boats upon the water. In fact, once the motive power being earried about in an independent form, 
it can bo utilised, for land and marine purposes, wherever there is a piece of mechanism to be sct in motion. 

Moreover it will permit of tho nso and application of the immense, and hithorto inofficacious and almost 
wasted, forces of wind and water, for the inexpensive production of Electric energy. 

All these immense forces of nature which, by reason of their uncertainty, or their distance, have either not 
been fully utilised, or have been entirely lost, will, by M. Faure’s invention, become a certain means of producing 
tho. electricity, which can be stored and be drawn’ upori ug jToquired for, any of the above purposes. Consoquehtly 
the storage of Electric energy’ must, of itself, create. economic revolution, and as it can only be accom- 
plished, practically and advantageously, by Faure’s Accumulators the proprictors of these patents must: of necessity 


derive onormpus profits thorefrom. 

As a practical instance of the value of the invention it is sufficiont to state that by its means the PeEeue and 
Ommibuses of London ean by olectricity be Worked at less than half the present expense. 
e Tts application, us a motivo power for- ‘the’ ‘working. of the Metropolitin and Metropolitan District Railways; ~ 
is one of the most important to which it can be adapted. The absence of heat, smoke, and noxious gases will 
conduco materially to the health and comfort of passengers; und the lighting of the stations and carringes will also 


be vastly improved, “and, ‘much more economically effected. 
Sir William Thomson, in his lotter to the “Times” of the 9th of June last, Senviesss himself in the 


following words rogarding Fauro’s Invention “Tho subject is one in which I feel intonacly interested, secing 
in it a realization of the most: ardently and unceasingly felt scientific ‘aspiration of my life.” 
Tho description’ of Accumulator’ now recommended by M. Tauro is 2 battory of rectangular shape, reine 


about 50 Ibs. 
Ono charge of. 4 such batteries wilt suffice” for Sch a sewing machine for 2 week. 





aie nyyrehe As, eee i * yt * + driving a tricycle for 6 hours, or for repelling a ont 
; : -* ae containing 2 persons during a liko period. 

wow Bog, rk driving a vehicle with 2 passengers for 6 hours. 

fen ht DO ee ae driving vehicle with 4 passongors for 6 hours. 

» » 40. ”. ” driving an omnibus with 24 passengers during 8 hours. 

gree BD eg gy gy driving 2 tramcar with 40 passengors during 8 hours. 


The actual cost of re-charging a battery will bo about 24d., but this price will probably: shortly be reduced” 


to 1d. or even less. 
The following are the prices of the batteries, payable cash on delivery :— 


1 Battery =e one. nee tee tee sone, £8 
10 Batteries 14. sen nee tenet tee £70 
50, See Hike Zeke toes ae es RS as £800 
100 sa i, 28ers citi tis ake GES BOD 
1000, wea wee AOD 


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Atncé ve eas eofte Sfrceer forecert: affreararcecs, 6 
GIA Cover Wee fee, él ed “re ey pole Mle 
Corset 7 te da ty told float” tok ened Y 
he fhe o oly Seiug atl Atabuee, ancby Te ve 
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THE EDISON ELEcTRIC LIGHT SYSTEM. 


| EDW? H. JOHNSON, | * pHellon Vndlict: | 


MANAGER, 


Mic eile maw eae 4 rs Ge “ete sprees wees ove thee) | 
enabler fare these aridefwiid S thad wbendey evmse—— 
ae as Age Of MWe fed Vat jAeciddizee teal saeco” aaa 
totaftever le ao ania Y ZZ i atte af Eeor: ore beclo— | 
Le a tale eg ee ese 
Charen fle Mae “ftir Sogfoetr frverdd a ee ee | 
lament, S ane tonfidantintly vinfrmacl by De0~ Mlaroforel | 
Meal ip-_ct fle aflieteoer of athe CeemeeGf. cere Cicd fircrcfial- 
fle Aeeeerd Putas’ és dnvaled by eBilere pf! tle feet 
Shalt f Cawlttibed nwo sirvevtear. Feed 2d Stee fete 
tioftor eeteeche Jobe Mews Sehinton Aas cdeckires G flee | 


fa ect thatireg already tae ectarered oo on 
the tt flee airy effec wtiche wwe pececiect ae 

pfecieezer ot Meter GE. Paws opens Aocoecer,— | 
en pedded Fae eee eve healt ee 


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ote EDISON ELECTRIC LIGHT SYSTEM. 


MANAGER, 


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of He. Linh ponder cover yf-tee gueil seafectntitity, 4 
aun awit decrdediy af yout Oftercioet Pesta ee sin flar— 
Dies Mheat” ae gon nl canaer Laur eat igs ors 
Loe Fay datz le eadlaree Lane ae ae yee { 
fetitbacee fected Aetafifreared cn thee hacer AE daa | 
atone fcbliotiar, Yue oe cleanly el fotle fle cale® ps | 
Migh peactlarice jn yore Leccleriaene Taber CHU) oe © 
avihitioficle Senne tee ae debaegeent Bileat- LH2 S) ee | 
Ceere le 2nadcle gore of cve acl: Lead Lace Tor lg deal : 


4. 


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twthe | Mes eee Spee, seo MAve eed fioen frtlecher . 





Dileids le be tater out ffaoiegh Mlle fersdent ||| 
gud wheat is fhe ofiveiore fothrs fae, cud S on ae 
fe gour acu ats, te Urea riences Y LZ tow : 
; Ql. (Per ‘ were lo be gusttlg of fhe ref pid ay 4 
J gies a ese tasplicn amd, aacritharien LZ 
Calg Ae met ite tee. 


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THE EDISON ELECTRIC Lic SYSTEM, , 
EDW? H.JOHNSON, — , _ 9 Mellon Vieduit, 


M.. | huge Seis Seige 
ceteeelal 7 eid eect nis Hee taad tb yoer of-oene Hane 
Heed aeraced. Goevs he. eee avictter c4 Cocccaeteg wo 
Mee brad of trilleserd aieol aes Ge HO levee 
and ceteminatle Law dete. Lud there Rdviife Ceo 
Athen cet in See pnanner Sadvcted putter Lore or Wi 
ephearee wwe coveted Aedag Have Coad. ac cagge toad — 
Mi bidwel Your Conbmerarcee tf flee olel cworde Meu 
Soctiste znelhod of” few yee Baglot Aadeda oo 
Mee sexey aenfirecdiore Aheal your are carclec? of ug Coot — | 
énferetls Mi are Chay Covyfellad dvr oer eclgetitliteed | 
te faeee fhe hracelack of tr heessee _eveafierlyc Ere Oe 
Cadell alo -paap sb go fvilceid, avd gel ge 
Corte rece gr ale is ee Gs OL leateve flatle: : 
Yeo 4 frracheeal” Anyfrcvemerdt- ean te cieectete: by woe everseghit , 
soil Led are These York Your nniesoh ene Aare votes aul 
fellae the Hedin 7f-gpaun, prcccicind cad. Mowe be te gp ane 
tw Aecotecdeng LRhnt, Sad all prot aloe ree 
tuithing Jetesile Aharebyy,sirenteditieg Lethe, Mal goer 50 
Saber” ree Ahee_feroveed pteiig deriva > xtececPleoi So: 
filed ponds Aecede feevccecers-a| Chewiver amaaanmetll 
Meow arvacte wteccde Lee, mecl Meee anlif pied sei. yA olletree 
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tart goa lovin ie pore Jectennm LL Ia 
of teeyte pevintind, lid again fad) gyro 
Polen? for the applreatesn af thi, firoceed PC 
heen! poipele, viraely “eeticeled Deane lalla! 
CL boil Z + ( batensa ard In fell’ a 


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aipacdbeend ce ats hr peopel hi fpinil a’ 
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oy. A efile de change oe Pitty —— 
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a) peefeet hb Ch thet Purafcan go He 

rapes aud ther dove haracteraIas 
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Cath Cfferie anv tet atl ii pufuce bb hiwiuag tle 
Soobatt, pocent with fllumece the fapors goo prac 
cae reel MW perawd yaw well AiehI 20 Leer 
wwe th peel of Meat, hethyes a Cette for the 
Clg wv, Me fh MPO I LE ang 
@ popoctita wtih Magy rat tcl be flesaeeet/ 
sede) ty Aol efor’ yaad wel aon Patoufced 
that you wilh peo thy gariie tud—hed bed 
wy @Mis ornate mmuapaubife CATs, tem eweetig TOE ae 
Carnet alfird WM acee/pel the Like l, and’ 
Mart wu poatiadints bed wath the ier glerzoll 
Ghat tw voces whens’ ow alone ane weiner atti) 
Sotber ano tet pterple, he (Salta) wit ford 
ind parte et 27 wf Sg aael MW Fatder 
eae atl Mr deecdy | Aten Alreve, | 
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[oi tifa we gratis, gatas, Wout 
A C1ttd (ererg Ble : a tle . 


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carey Ae ber fold ti wnat thee Lead) 
aikatleg wipewe a bard Kage ery Ale 
Ape anc upto SAO pernrrrerecal Se 
a ees ease Gece A ffrecerntl Sew co -— | 


| jd dewre Gy ene“ of Conervan deg ang Cevereat) 


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ar gases forveel Ab yet prot fread ave snegll 
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MepA, ard pat de ae gow wae Ln 
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pul Me there, Who Howe ADE : 
Larrys Paar glad gare hare ponere thes | 
nO pfirTnAG GA uf Teling MD haf wg Oh | 
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doy: he frcertage breatigy atl 
Cheicefline he very gredt, ard that seght uc 663 
“ye of te forte ht OM ost plroreded 
pth cath wtlecteaw OUT fail ha th Lifer of 
Mh Landy «0 th anrage Lifes are chet a’ 
yong ly tonfy Aico vet dcternered 0 Garr 
ipervion thet youtenn ges cg a’ 6G ples CNL 
tacaip. of C80 Choma pot aby of b00 Aacug 
ferred sr a aie _ a0 te enatlid cud 
J dere) meee) Bl Weel go eZ A He 
theady ented wd peopel lo XD oo0t af 
Wl cant Coerfoete~ p22 Lee tv-es “AO » 
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Charbel wit ooo diday we ver Bie Beebe 
| irre flor 05 seabed sohecl UE pseaaticesc?” 


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iss AAAS sh ae Llaté bd 


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7 oral eo AI, SG og | 
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ae AMEE ties 
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Js Aut’ Atitatiiw ant fic Circle. 
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fed Ve acme ul E 


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Mheaeveacd wth 220 ea ie 


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gang _ Aho fecople dhe Aw Jrpfcly oe aie 
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pa errclonee’ ay 7 nes 


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Miers thi lathe tf te other Hess aude Merufore 


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povee Mong ed gb | prctdettiner of a bet 
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bei tanto WS ~lyg porircdd cnsat. ols guisecal greweke; 
Prick fog Me free eae Sprite 
fr oy Mpileo dies tetas. lop Ged he pices 
of wuiefae aaecl peticetited Vip enc wOREid 2 
AArtrtael a7 turin precrig Maaugt Cb 
the pigrlided prhecdle Mart wet cabelas 
Avett Spice acted at cues 
| y ofrrectaived tu LO | 
fend ac rerregle wenstarve ; Couct Cag CA, | 


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An I nurcl thra21011 oe 
Geld 16 afterriie’ that A revecnece be cececed | 
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the Ltr: a rae tH chet) i Ate i es SouecHetatty 
aad Og ere Ard td Poor Ad i 
thm due hak vill 
Meat Ajed. Dhaene ale arranged wid! 
ie af the ted ehech errrevo 
otc< fits s ; Dg, | 
Howey tw whle ni ath HED ene | 
ES Prcy ht OD pepe nace nncteheaa fo 
wertitn of (7M ad, Lakerer, AL 


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Mais Caw pect teterre —— 
ntl apjebg all tho nv ere Of LAE Exctiid 
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Capt eatete a well et aman chher Mang Gy Condtiiegs | 
Af « Crawed trial wet Loyepeg gentile 10 Lofeleg 
Vhere 0 ne Joofthg anbel centile fhe tabeed become tol 

Beotesio! taisae te furitteinn it foribecteiie ure avd) 

Mnnipte. NM prilicte the Lgl of tlhe Cisececda SE 
Yrvlesld fhie 2ecrved aid errdeclAMesr Sot omnly td Pe, 
ta thn ervecuite St- forvbecté His! Dynanred, a frhY, 
prdperty from fare. Jy fact ct eels fan dean et Coe 
[retest Ahe Lytlem  Misat de gore thee of Mammnee) 
Etech Vietpive Fone Sadietdiie Hes eto hafifeg 
Add and S cil day werthidee aba AL cerittl qo | 
are Meewred. IS hall the be have mre 2d door a7 : 
Curiatessr Shan a welt Hheeade Sau frac? 
at tovele Oe attid ad w Victinince aed, ae ce 
hey wit aay phe idea ferbien ts ad le Chaco He | 
felling of prrcadste ced cvell wd coun drvereadeT 7, Yow 
(x cle fteid- 

tid floditioen cx she Jelaftoore 2irabler cond al fiiol 
 entotatee tien eiierdaines tee verte of you Ter 
Aud then gatntacned ty readcon of the JiodhsyD 










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Attar iispes ig BDroc Loewry Aeawing Leff Phere Mons 
Min _deehijcel had , Aeoadlly Longer son of stagfiainel: sndezaat | 
Me farm flee _atiple of ecrveriabiinr Col alone doresced 
Acieusrdten. SI thitnte oe. Mtaerefare Aetettdd an 
eee San Citta tusod AI Goce ate 1 
7 yom (al ant Yop saal of atoll Hale | 
Conrad tt pe a Ltn eeece of Hee de 
Geer antl ly. “Cita as a ee eee 
— ht, Falblsi had PSS SRE . 
Aeprieite fzzercd. J. fence alent pcaemimserselecl 
Meal Adie yee C eae tere te Lecfled 2ofe— 











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UG th he Jared howere Lat 20 TD | 








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Hoan Me hie Meaclrinned, Ghatis wht-as 


, haeo daa DI tngy Song Hen pa 
ftw Men 2LO Ll, GE, era ae a 
aa the ae a whale oe Annet ot Oictipa lly | 
Phat ps PARADE ID 2 675 esa 
fdat Laer of. NA MS a yo wee 8 
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Page eat ae 
WAL Aw ian og Me Came ea ee ae 
fatenrivd plant t Gi thie Ze 
On ae ae ee ye SS ae 


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Mie pricd S Pharafore Con ante tat fens Ae 
frit) Coy ai far at UKadt gor Ku JS do 


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Aftating ord belehierr. Hatihely ted 


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Thi“ ined: I Gio. Att Geen Arar (hate — 
fecfls tire. J fists © Gender. | 
S har ft a hod of Ab ig ete teres | 
ofp the character of thi artietys wretler ty s 


Soytes who srrrke Ahe Paris A tiwtes ted rnd 
fee. affviwdsd gerviinal tunartyon of m—if Ke 
Bleatiie Aight tancapancines hers — J forged which - 
The terra of Mek artirtes as de afiftar from 
Mite teat th. Wir fctiey is te teave tke | 





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turte gp Mace sfescek Aetliiry forth What—owy — 
| bfatein eaterrfteArd ord AE fasted Key ten 
ifppoufetion S think Jenn de the dea . 
Gus, tus guffceiet anvitorirel fo ford— 

article without canny ther Go ereede— 
waek PHervrghl theutelyed od af +he dome — 
ABrief-addretd avoidiicg tHe syly afr 
Cn es Gs died thea Tan CAAA PA 
Called mm ant m thin way pre Faris Hoon 
: Hewevey, Surrte thew a via Shea: | 
_ Letter dard Aeforred thee Ahad 4 _the 

S wot wavs phen ord negerected that. 

Hay porrtd fay nw a lit od Karrire | 
Edited Attire cu nie frastionl sfersten 
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Pteated with whsrt—they saw afForrd oud 
dudilyy ia Ahe_prophety shat wh1t-TS bmg 
Ma ofsucnrd thay forera ian Tadid pasa Addurcy 
Wilertrure 41 Lufercsra ty bis a 





fore alread ; by Afrtatiors , Had AAS 
Abt Ahey pre dtr te “the 
fad Ae aff, Clewtin AGL me a terge Cob 
bere provided, W-OMalnherc 4 of Ke 
pfuiton thal wun perl ttelletirn 0 


Tae Onan > ofthe furttiic pose Aeapeed 
Rght-aud whs heave turneed ty EOD RIE 
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MARA AGER:: 


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OS, Af Aver 

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Your ee ye procesdinnpe tf He derily, 6 a 

Then Sarat Asha kiletor Log hl 

Liseercdfurt eters in Kor Ao bl ght. 

Ue Kid se Cpu tied, Dm be baad what te 

be BORA ard vend ee a ao J ahsund 

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sp Jytr, Qiurnpherce aur—Selrin #¢ 
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 Orettey PADMA BAK Cur ptoye yf Mh Marge 


of Optintinrg. S perrediate Aevd Kee e 
Cofig of voaf frasp het or Caf ont “Fd 
Yaw’ CUZ pebeek ystlinday flere 





ae 
hha few prngett Aad brrthre Corrareett? are 


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aoa rely . Atos psarrtry vA tre ! 
fe ated of Ha erent ares [x badd, | 
| frreartior fi clote Aha_Dyurase wrth 
| Mapata dike & flat i AAs Jig 
te the other Cd ifthe Cattle 120 forks C4 — 


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Irotud oud set t- (KeAtekt Appt be 
dest “Shis prod wa dnrcelh gob as the worse 
Aik Aap Ardarirr arf. fe Whe eitiy, he— 
VO Dineiils clipping oleron te the Comey. 
of the poor, J hak Le Have fis. vob ste Ho 
Lite: i pokey Jae Gt At FOE ORE | 
ty add —for Ahe_@rotH cord afley we AatA4 
ma_1tf the Orenrifs et thrfot wit uns The 
p-eMal 4 buidetly prede ty he_Anys wha red 
Mafesg trtethid af this eersie firee thy, : 
Atty Cateh puoerti have srotifr? rre_“at 
rae rm pheek erreccrel_the Hitl wad. 


Ccathis bas duffirera Aa get the 4 E | 


AMG Art I pas afraca Ae le4a Ma rte; 


Stan tHe Main gp nhitks, faventi oe tffiaiy 
turk fa treble wn LG prt He_oorrtidn cb, 
Wiggle aid die Hie, Pa ee, Hak 


9 opwnetaa pe He, Pa poee of Liribatores * 


J 44d Kerevrer 40 Lasrfa m_traskity, 


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lnrderputly wrrerfarir Aearsily a futlehinn sed 


dower Lorrp , Arvctehsr ffs Lhnrrdstien dae | 
| Ake off — 


Prforinnrg wing thaicg AwAietia shew 
Avavirrg Ah Mord. pan artiler Lartoatdts od he, 
duddirty Awitetincg att AAI AM ie sags 
CT iA- red Exerc f woth | 

eurieth Pe mrhap of 
arriy Marrd oeerrid af Least acme that —wad | 
vetrbt. Ka He wurdiercer. Shere cre Mics, Lorvere, | 
brsguals poy peccitacec Bor vied datinffrcent— 
gud Utero Keaher te trek n lege cameltoe 


wn & daserhe whan S 
fous briaging He Lighle sap to Crhur Othiny 


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Gb tha AWK AM ~~. nde, ta teat Ave 
contin the Ligkl in th. frriuce ofthe 
Bia Wigan i? ae per Jrsssuf tir ee 


Orrrnet] Wbte. Int Pt CaM bach 


attaehen 7f Ui Cddren sntererct. (Boe Yr Wi) 


JS au Avday cn Pra ss 
ae EOF lhe EEA RATES, 


ro erhitittaw an pedi blag, Sate, 
ut geet wd wth C44 Lette BE EO 


ath. pboud— it, 


Atgeteadenrs Vi Fobter, daast Bers 
Hhntng COVe Cm See ar DO DO Aa > Sow 
Aa deus, Ath tha gece face Gh iter 

af Mbabane Recprt ces Lay uof 
Cte Cth the. Ra tented — oy Rs hank 

















fe Se “tase geceieiasacdas tere cerhey 


OO tha ofits Ahad—e ar mea aes 
Lepr whith the prgrred 4 totss—f 


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London, 16th December 1981. . 


Dear Sir: 


Mr. Edison’s Electric Light. 


As promised yesterday I beg to report to you 
on your leaving for America upon the progress so far made 
with |. : 
ef the various branches of the work which I have had the pleas-— 


ure of conducting for you during the last few weeks. 


First as to the Patents. Under Mr. Preece’s 





advice the preliminary investigation of these was placed in the 
hands of Mr. & Bidwell-- a Barrister whose scientific attain- 
ments peculiarly fit him for the task Which is one of no small 


a 


respcnsibility. Mr. Bidwell has already reported on the claims 





for the lamp, and is now engaged.on those for the other pertions a 
of the Edison system His report on the lamp claims Was plac- 
| ed before Mr. John Henry Johnson, the Patent Agent, and ihe anes 
ter has confirmed the seaniueien that the patent of November | 
10th 1879 is the one on which as to this part of the system we 


must mainly if not exclusively rest. The anusey revealed 





much in the framing of the.patents which we cannot but regret 





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@8 Weakening the position which Mr Edison’ s undoubted discover~ 
ies ought to have given him Mr. John Henry Johnson hopes hov-— 
ever that we may be able by dis¢laimer to strengthen that posi- 
tion, and I assume that we have your authority to taka sik 
steps in this direction as may seem expedient after due consid~ 
eration. We shall agk. under the advice of Mr Webster, Qc. 
wito is the ablest patent lawyer at the English Bar, and I look 
forWerd-- fisak Valuable used eteass in this matter fron the in- 
hue knowledge of the subject possessed by Mr. E. H. Johnson, . 
in whose judgment I have great confidence. We mst make the ‘ 
utmost possible use of his help during his present stay in this 
country. 

I araneay hope that the patents which relate 
to other parts of Mr. Edison’s system may supply claims suffi- 
Ciertly clear to protect Seis of its more important details. 

It will be a great disappointXént if we find (as ur. Bidwell 
fears is the case) that there is no patent for the device by which 
Mr. Edism protects his system fran the risk of fires You may 
rely on everything being done that scientific and legal skill 


can'do to ascertain exactly how we stand in this and other points, - 











and to strengthen the claims which prove to be novel and well 
founded by disclaiming such portions of the patents as may expose 
these claims to danger. You may also rely on my using my best 
enheevons to keep the expense of this inquiry and the consequent 
Proceedings Within the most moderate limits possible, but I should 
be misleading you if I reprosented the work as likely very soon 


to be canpleted, or as not likely to involve a Considerable out~ 





lay. 

Secondly ns to Parligmentury powerse 

At Mr Lowrey’s sudtanse during your absence 
on the Continent we took the needful steps since approved by you 
for an application to Pabliguent mext Session for powers to sup- 
Ply Mr. Edison’s light im cases where to do this involves taking 
up streets ete. The wisdon.not to say necessity-of this step 


Was' evidenced immediately afterwards by the fact that all the 





other electric light companies were app lying for similar povers. 


I cannot say that I am very sanguine that Parliament will give 





us the bill we are about to deposit just as it is drawn, but it 


is clear that the whole subject must be dealt with, and it is 








PN eRe § MOE Pe IES eB at TE ea TRO eK eee: Pee 


Probable that all the bills of the various rival companies will 
be referred to a Select Ganmittee- If this course is taken, it 
would seem essential in your interest that Mr Edison’s system 
should be one of those considered, and that it should be brought 
before Parliament as one fully developed pea ready for immediate 
introdu ction. No better evidence of confidence on this 
pOint can well be given than by an application for the powers in 
question. The expense here again will not be small (few private 
bills if they encounter any opposition sre ever obtained for less 
than 2000 pounds and they often cost very much more) but having 
regard to the magnitude of the interest involved, I believe that 
‘all persons éompatent’ te: fen an opinion would say that the ap- 
Plication is not only prudent but necessary. I. hope to have & 
final revise of the bill ready for you before you leave, and 
shell assume unless you otherwise instruct me that you desire 
all needful steps taken to place before Parliament with the best 
pouetoue chances of success, 

Thirdly as to the proposed Company. 


I need hardly recapitulate here what has been. 


done towards forming a strong organization with ample capital for 











the acquisition of Mr. Edison’s patent rights in this country, 

and working those rights energetically for the common benefit of 
Mr. Edison am the capitalists concerned. When you gave me 
instructions to take preliminary steps in this direction, I felt 
that there was no one in England so likely to ensure @ suce ess 

of such en organization, asd so likely to be personally accepta- 
ble to Mr. Edison as Sir John Lubbock That gentleman is not 
only well liked in Parliament as member for the Waiveraity of Lon- 
don, atd in the City as the head of one of the leading London 
Banks, but he is equally distinguished ip the world of science. 
He is a fellow of the Royal Society and last Summer was President 
of the British Association for the advancement of seienes at its 
Jubilee Anniversary. . 

I thought it for hielas reasons expedient to 
approach him in the first instance, and after my explanation of 
What you had in view, he at once expressed his readiness to tate 
an interest in and devote some of his time to the organization of 
the proposed canpany, though his other engagements may prevent 


his accepting a seat upon its Board At his suggestion I next 


went tQ Mr Bonverie, ea gentlement of the very highest business 




















standing and experience, of broad and liberal views, formerly 

Vice President of the Board of Trade, already known to Mr. Edison, 
and who has a very great admiration..for ur Edison’ s genius. 

Mr. Bowverie ‘has entered into the matter with zest, ani I already 
have reason to hope that his name and Sir John Lubbock’s will 
render it:* a comparatively easy task to secure the others we. 
desire in order fe form a canpany ae satisfactory in the standing 
of its shareholders as in the character of the work which it will 

be faviea to carry on. I attach great importance to‘ these 

names for this among other reasons; that the development of 
Mr. Edisa’s system must depend mainly on the rapidity with which 
local companies are formed for lighting the separate towns. 

As tO the merits of the different systems the mass of the canme-. 
nity will for some little time be unable for want of experience 
See judge—. but the character and standing of these gentlemen are 
known to the whole country, end furnish a prima facie reconmenda— 

tion in favor of Mr Edison’s system, viens will be of the highest 
value whe you come to form your local companiese I s8y this 


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without at all ignoring the enormous and growing reptati on which 


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The dupeadent Por the proposed company which 
you take out with you to lay before Mr Edis@ and your coileaguos 
in New York, meets I understand with:your own cordial approval. 

I was wishful as you are aWare, that that agreement had been set- 


tled on your. behalf by. an jentirely independent solicitor, but it 
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has been laid before a separate Gounsel with instructions to con- 
sider it in Mr. Edison’s interest and has been approved by him. 

I can well believe that in some of its details it may seem to fall 
short of the expectations previously formed of what should be at 
once possible in this country, but I may porhaps point out that 
these expectations Were probably formed on an estimate of ro 
Mense importance of the invention rather than any accurate knowi~ 1 


edge of the extent to which that invention could be handed over 


as @ monopoly to enterprising capitalists. | The scheme however 





of the agreement is one which will I believe work perfect justice 
to Mr Edison’s interest, securing to him as it does one half of 
all the prabite which may be earned by the Company, however long 
its continuance efter payment of five per cent. on its ‘notual cap— 


ital, and one half of all surplus after repayment of that capita, 


. in the event of a liquidation or dissolution This share of i 








profits is represented by Be shares fully paid up and which will 


be equal in amount to the capital from time to time paid up on 
thé A shares. 

Mr. Edison and his partners will thus receive 
in respect of the patents immediately after the Sanbeny is formed 
(in addition to the cash payment) 100,000 pounds in fully paid up 
shares, ranking for dividend equally with the A shares after paying 
five per cent. on the latter, and each successive increase in the 
paid up capital of the canpany will give him a corresponding ad~ 
dition to this holding .~ t 

The agreement Cmtains a clause providing 
that the company shall be entitled under these conditions to any 
future patents relating to the light which Mr. Edison may take out. 
This was the provision in the case of the telephone agreement, 
and will I trust commend itself to Mn Edison’ s judgment here also, 
as being the arrangemst most likely to condiice to hig own inter- 
est as well as to that of his fellow share-holders . 


It is a most impossible to place a price which shall be anyt hing : 


like the real value on a new and untried patent. But it would 





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seem the best arrangement to entrust such a patent to the hands 


most likely towork it efficiently and where a substantial share 
of the profits Made will go to the patentee. 

The gentlemen to whan the agreement as now 
in your hands has been submitted, and who are ready to aabgeeabe 
5000 pounds apiece iewanie ‘the formation of the Company, proposed 


on the lines defined by that agreement, have been informed that 





though satisfactory to you, it is not to be taken as finally ap- 
proved in its details until I hear from you after your return to 
New York. The future shareholders will all desire that those 
détails should bs acceptable, not only to your partners but es~ 
pecially to Mr. Edison, with whom they look forward if the Matter 
Preceeds to a connection which shail be both close and cordial; : 
but I ought perhaps to beg ¥qu to bear in mind that those details 
have not been hastily arrived at here. They have been dia subject 
of many conferences and mech deliberation, and thoughi:all the in- 


tending shareholders are ready to accept the proposal as it now 


stands I cannot answer for their readiness to adopt any changes. 





Were we in a position to say eee about the patents‘ the case 
would of course be different. All we can at present promise is 
that if the proposed arrangement is carried out the patent shall \ 
be defended by all that skill and money in this country can doe 
t presume you think there is a sufficient probability of the a- 
greement being accepted under your recommendation to justify ay 
laying it provisionally before other gentlemen of position and 
business ability pending your expected letter. I am particularly 
anxious aMong others to see Mn W. H. Smith, the late first Lord of 
the Admiralty, to whom Sir John Lubbock has written, and who is 
expected Baek dn this country on Thursday nexte Perhaps you will 
let me have a line on this point. 

In conclusion I have oly to express to you 
the very great gratification it has been to me to be honored with 
y our sonPidbese iw this business, and to be comnected in however 
a remote a degree with Mr Edison’s great invention ‘I have 
personally a very strong opinion of the expediency of forming a 


Campaby at once under the agreement which you take out with you, 


but whether or no this is carried through I shall. always look 














back with pleasure on the work.of the last few weeks 
I am, my dear Sir, 
Tours very faithfully, 
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that the whole solution of the problem of subdivision lay 
dn the combination of high resistance with small radiating 
surface, and-therefore, thtough all his work will be found ever 
prevalent thisidea, That ithas been fully corroborated by events 
~ proves his keon foresight, and justifies the assertion he madv on 


conosiving the idea, viz.: “I have found the true solution of the... 


‘problom of subdividing the Electric Light.” With him the 
provision of the means and methods are always more matters of 
persovering experimentation, and sure ultimately. to be found. 
That ho succesded in effecting 32 candles of light from platinum 
wire ere ho finally abandoned that metal for carbon, is only 

+ another illustration of his wonderful fertility of resource and 
thoroughness of work. ‘ 

The Edison Electric system may, for the purpose of a clear 
anelysis or understanding of the functions of its component 
‘parts, bo sub-divided undor the following heads :— 

Frst.—Tho high resistanco, unit, point of energy, absorption, 
fe, the Lamp ‘whoro light is the object), and the Hotor 
(where powor.) . ; 

Second,—The Jow rosistanco, unit,’ point of energy, genera- 
tion, or more properly speaking, conversion, #.¢., the 


Dynamo. . 


Third. —Tho medium of transmisaion of tho electrical energy, - 
from the point of genoration to the point of consump- © 


: tion, t.0., the Conductor, 

Fourth—The means and mothod by which a constant: of 
Electrical pressuro (Elootro motive force) is prosorved. 
These comprohond the Boilera, the Engines, and the 
devices for rogulating the strength of the Magnetic 

. Wield of Force, : ‘ 

Fifth—-The confinoment of the energy within designated 

_ limits, #.0., the Znsulation. : 

‘Sizth—The protection of the light, tho’ conductors, and 
the dynamo, #.¢., the Protector. 

Seventh—The measuremont of energy at the several points 
of consumption, #.,, the Meter. 


Bighth:—The appurtenances by which domestic supervision. 
" . and’care are rendered sufficient, #.¢., simple and practical ' 


lamps, fixtures, &0. 


vo PRELIMINARY REMARKS, . 
- Tt will bo observed that I-have used the word unit’ in 


ae ‘alluding to the resistance of tho lamps and of-thé dynamo.’ I do 


80 boéauso in any practical systom the resistance of each of these 
factors must bo o, standard unit, Mx. EEpreon’s method of ‘sub: 


and by tho dynamos at the othor, thus constituting the dynamos, 
'.the conductors, and the lamps, one complete cirouit. It will be 
observed that by this method tho circuit is always complete so 


‘other; the addition or subtraction of one or’ moro. lamps or 
dynamos only varies the rosistance of the circuit by supplying 
-the curront energy with more or fewer.channels for its passage, 
such addition or aubstractioncan therefore never. break the 
continuity of tho‘cirouit, thus-the “turning off” “of ono lamp 
‘cannot interfere with those romaining.: It will be apparent 


‘energy, mist bo of one denomination, this being the caso. the 
: clreaiata: the-lamps and the dynamos must be of a uniform 
ar uniform results aro to be obtained: and uniform 
| -results ‘being tho desideratum, it follows that o unit or standard 
> xesiatance must be had in each. ‘ , ; 
"<” Bor thé better enabling those having the examination of the 
patents in hand, I will write out, to tho best of my ability, a 
treatise on each of the eight heads under which I havo placed 
tho various factors of the Edison System, giving emphasis, as 
T pass thom, to. what in my opinion ‘are vital or important 





Ve EDISON, ‘at tho vory inception of his work, foresaw 


division ig what is known as tie multiple aro Principle—that is © 
.the'two conductors’ are!“ straddled”, by the lamps at one end,’ 


| Paes ae long as there is ‘one lap at’ he ond and one dynamo at the ° 
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"the conductors, and famps, one complete cirouit. It will be 
~ observed that by this method tho cirouit is always complete so 
"Tong as there is one lamp at’ ohe ond and one dynamo at the 
other; the addition or subtraction of one or moro lamps or 
dynamos only varies the resistance of the cirouit ‘by supplying 
-tho ourront energy with more or fewer channels for its’ passage, 
‘such addition or substraction ‘can therefore never break the 
continuity of the circuit, thus the “turning off” of ono lamp 
cannot interfere with those remaining, It will be apparent 

‘ that in-such an arrangément tho prossure of the electrical | 

"energy must be of one denomination, this being the case the . i 

~ resistance of.the lamps and the dynamos must be of 2 uniform 

character if uniform reaulte aro to bo obtained: and uniform 

results boing tho desideratum, it follows that a unit or standard 

resiatance must bo had in each. , : 

: For the better enabling those having the examination of the 
patents in hand, I will write out, to the best of my ability, a 
treatise on each of the eight heads under which I have placed 
the various factors of the Edison System, giving emphasis, as 
I pass thom, to. whet in my opinion are vital or important 
details. : 

‘ T havo endeavoured to place the several heads in the order of 

their rolative degrees of importance, without at the same time 

- impairing seriouely the thread of the description. Ihave there- 
for beon compelled to start with the Lamp, rather than with 
the Dynamo, since the former is really the one thing of pre- 
eminent importance, and without which the sub-division of the 


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| \ sleotria light would as yot be still unaccomplished. 
i € iret, The-) - 


This consists of a high resistance Jilament or thread of carbon 
enclosed in a bulb or globe mado entirely of glass, and from which : 
i the air and gases have boon expellod to the point of a millionth 

i of an atmosphore, commonly expressed as o “high vaouum.” 
r Mr. Epson concoived in the first instance that high resistance 
i ' in combination with small radiating surface in a high vacuum 
' Was & pre-requisite to success in the problem of sub-division; 
; but when his first patents were taken out he was engaged 
i upon a process of preparation of platinum conductors for his 
i incandescent loop, and, finding great encouragement in tho 
i Progress made towards increasing the refractory power of the 
n metal, folt moro or less sanguine of his ability to ‘give to 
F. platinum a quality which would render the high vacuum un- 
, necessary. Towards the close of his uso ‘of platinum however 
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_. he concluded the uso of a vacuum was inévitable.. . 
' "In tho’ préooss of: obtaining tho requisite high vaouum,‘ho |<: _. ° 
found it casontial to. continue the exhaustion of.the sir or * 
. Bases after the ourrent “was ; applied to: the conductor, as 
"observation showed that otherwise as:soon.as it was applied, | 
“the vacuum foll ‘off several dogroes, This ‘better result ho 
rightly concluded was due to the ocdlusion of gases from tho 
cells of tho, platinum. Upon applying this process, he found 
‘ eae snother offect quite as important as improving the vacuum . 
' .Was obtained, viz., that, the platinum loop became many times ; 
; harder and more denso;. thus vory:groatly raising its fusing 5 
: es ‘point. In fact, giving it the Properties of a new metal. 
I : ‘Wheroas at its natural fusing point, it emitted a light of but : 
: 8 or 4 candles, it now gave out a brilliant glow of 26 or 80, ; 
i .. Thus in the treatment of all futuro lamps, whether the’ loop 
: ; was of metal or carbon, this process of occluding the ‘gases i 
iS oy s  during exhaustion was always used for the dual purpose of oo 








j *“ . "\ securing’ a better vacuum and for rendering’ the loop more i 
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MAINTENANCE OF A HIGH VACUUM. 


-‘ In the early offorts to obtain a high vacuum, groat difficulty 


was experienced in maintaining it for any considorablo length 
of time; the authorities on the subject of vacuum were at this 
time loud in -thefr assertions that this desideratum was 
unobtainable. The most ominont so arguing, because of the 


existonco of the platinum-wires in tho glass, Itwas asserted | 


that the difference in the rates of expansion and contraction, 
between platinum and gloss, would inevitably admit air inta 
the bulb, oven if it did not orack the glass; and it was by 
somo maintained that air was admitted through the pores of 
tho glass itself during tho Process of natural expansion and 


- contraction, The first-montioned theory had a good basis, 


since in all oxporiments with inoandoscon$ lighting in vacuo, 
prior to Mr, Eprson’s discoverios, comparatively low resistances 
wero used for the light giving bodios, consequently loro resistanog 
or farge lead wires wore necessary to convey the olectrical 
energy to it, This thick platinum condusting wire ‘would 
naturally effect a sufficient margin of strain and reloase upon 
the glass through which it passed to produce ao “Teak,” or 
break the glass, This difficulty was entirely surmounted by 
_ Mx. Eptson’s adoption of the exceedingly thin load wires ; the 
marginal offect of which was too infinitosimal to Produce a leak, 
Such was Mr. Epraoy’s opinion at the time, although the 
diffoulty of ‘loss of vacuum” still continued. Mr. Eprson 
now sought elsewhere for this leak, not believing in tho theory 
of leak through the pores of glass, This lead to an important 
discovory, viz., that when the bulbs are “sealed off” the 
pumps, in the usual mannor (#0, by melting the glass tube 
“Joining the bulb to: the pump) & microscopic tvse was mado, 


. RO matter how fine the tube was drawn it still had a hole 


in it, in fact retained its tubular form, even though drawn 
to a thread. On discovering this the remedy was. readily 
found in ro-sealing the point loft by the breaking off of the | 
thin thread, a little ball of solid glass was formed at this point, 
and the air pressure now being brought into service forced the 


solid glass into the end of the tube thus closing it up and - 


allowing of tho formation of a solid glass cap or ball, this lamp 
-on trial proved entirely satisfactory, in fact 
sealing finally disposed of tho difficulty’? ‘Me. Ettow claims, 
therefore, to have been the first to toholly seal a vacuum bulb for 
incandescent lighting with glass, and I think investigation will 
sustain the claim. . 
After thus providing against a return of tho air i he globo, 
- Mr, Edison found that his vacuums rapidly deteriorated on uso, 
seeking for tho cause of this led to tho discovery that when the 
conductor in the vacuum awvas subjected to the action of the 





.,®lectric current, the gases contained :within its cells were 


expanded and forced out into the vacuum, thereby filling the 
globe with their prosenco, and matorially reducing the value of 


-r, the vacuum; upon meking this discovery, he adopted the plan 


Friis of hopting fhe condyctor furing -the:pro gs_of exhausting the 


A Blt, 80 a5 fo exhaust the, gases ‘as we 


‘The result of this waa to 
perfeotly and permanently. overcomé, the difficulty of magintain- ‘ 
ing a vacuum, and at the'some timo to give to the platinum 
conductor a charactor absolutely unique ;.it became solidified, 
as it wore, and porceptibly smallor in diameter, in fact so 
changed in every respect, as to justify its being terméd a now 

metal, This discovery of Mr. Edison is ono of the most impor- 


' tant in the whole yevord of his investigations, since without 
*iaaiigiteiaias Ene teva & procoss, it is 


practically impossible to produce & good yaouum or a good 


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be maintained at all hazards; tho attempt to appropriate it’ made 
by Mr. Swan is too transparent—the application of ‘the process 
to a carbon conductor involves no invention whatever, and as this 
is absolutely oll that Mr. Given hos. dono, it is clear he is-not 
entitled to a Patent. No famp of any description has boon 
made by Mr. Edison since thig discovery, except by tho use of 
this process, No vacuum obtatnod; without it is of any practical 
value, for reasons which will- appoar in tho treatise Qa the 
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adiation-of-light fromthe carbon filament”*~ 


THE OARBON FILAMENT, 

Tho function of this portion of the lamp is a dual ono, viz. :— 
the effect en economical distribution_of energy, and to effect an 
oconomical conversion of energy witn light, 

The distribution of electrical energy throughout a oirouit is 
in direct proportion to’the rosistanco of that cirouit that is to 
soy, every unit of the conductor resistance will havo active upon 
-it, an eqiel dogroo of energy. Thus, if a conductor is mado up 
of two ports, ono of which consists of a mila o i 


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L THE CARBON FILAMENT. 


The function of this portion of the lamp is a dual one, viz. :-— 
tho offect en economical distribution f energy, and to effect an 
: economicaf conversion of energy light. 

The distribution of electrical enorgy throughout a circuit is 
in direct proportion to the rosistanco of that cirouit that is to 
say, every unit of tho conductor resistance will have active upon 
it, an (degroo of energy. Thus, if a conductor is made up 
of two parts, ono of which consists of a mile of copper wire half 
an inch in diametor, having, say, one ohm rosistance, and the 
other of inch of a poorer conducting material, say, carbon, 
weaihes ft é having 2 ono ohm resistance, there will be precisely that 
i an te s : unaaiaae : amount of energy in tho one half of the cirouit composed of the 


by | one inch of carbon, as in the other half composed of tho ono 
{ mile of copper rod. 


' ‘ §upposing, thoroforo, a material amount of energy to bo 
passing in the circuit, we will have half of it concontrated upon 
the small carbon pencil, whilo the other half is spread over the 
enormous copper wire. Tho result is obvious. Tho great supor- : 4 
ficial surface of the coppor will pormit of the heat being radiated : 
in such infinitesimal degroes per unit of its surface as to be : 
wholly undetectable, while tho small area of tho carbon will bo : ' 
so wholly unequal to the task of throwing off its heat, as to 
compel its translation into another form of energy, viz., that of 
light. 

If we desire to conoentrate a greater portion than fifty per 
cent. of the enorgy on the carbon, wo must tnerease tte resistance, 
: and as it is important to have as small. an amount of copper in 
ro dus our mile of conductor_as possible, for commercial reasons, we 
: must at the same time ‘reduce its size, thus inereasing its resistance. : : 
\ This compels us to ‘abnormally increase the resistance of our ; 
\ carbon in order to obtain a ratio of carbon resistanco many ‘ 
times greater than that of the copper. 

Now, if wo include in the copper conductor that portion of the 
circuit which is incorporated in the dynumo, it will be seen that 
wo must keep #¢ resistance vory low, or we shall havo in our 
“mile” of copper so great a resistance as to approximate that 
of our “inch” of carbon. ' 

: Now, if we will consider the “mile” of copper to represent 
i fas the dynamo and tho conductors, and the “inch ” of carbon to re- 
prosent the lamp, wo will observo, that to have the largost por-. 
contage of the total energy created delivered at the lamp, where 
_ it can be translated into a marketable product, t.., light, we 
must have the greatest possible disproportion of lamp resistanco 
fo dynamo and conductor resistance. ‘ 
The problom of economical energy distribution is therefore to . 
Ge He Big, waite highest possible resistance permitted. by other roquiro- j 
ments of the lamp, and the lowgst possible resistance in tho dynamo * ‘ can 
| Peascas and conductors, permitted tf di eaten of thodynamo, ~ ‘ 

and the monxy value of coppor. The function of resistance is i 

therefore simply to’ permit of an cconomical transportation of * 1 
. the energy from the dynamos, which constitute the common 

source of onergy supply, td the lamps, which are necossarily 

spread over a wide area and located at innumerable points, 

more or less distant from the supply contro. If the lamps. and 

‘the dynamos were all located in one place, resistance in a lamp 

“would cease to be a factor. Thus resistance one became a factor 
’ when the quostion of distribution arose. 
The problem of rendering active upon the Shea the greatest 

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Sonfounded with’ that of the economical conversion of energy 
wath light, the one has to do solely with the economical distribu- 


tion’ of the enorgy, the other simply with its economical utiliza- 
tion after distribution. The ono is determined, as we have 
soon, by the ratio of lamp to generator and conductor resistance. 
The other solely by the oxtent of the radiating surface of tho 
carbon, that is to say, whatevor may bo the amount of energy 
active in.the lamp, it will produco exactly the samo amount of 
light on o given radiating surfaco, whether tho resistance bo 
one ohm or a thousand. 

Tho high resistance desired for the purpdse of energy con-' 
centration within the lamp, is obtained by the uso of a very ., 
slender thread of carbon, this slender throad of carbon aaa PPevidke, 
second but wholly distinct desideratum, viz.: a vory eniall body 
upon which tho energy is to be translated from hoat into light. 

It is of course a well known law that a given amount of heat 
acting upon two bodies, one a largo and one a small ono, will 
produce resulta in disor proportion to the vaio of their size, CZ 
If, thon, wo desire the-heat produced by the energy in the carbon 
to bo transformed into light, wo must have a body so proportioned 
to the amount of heat at our disposal as to permit of that degree 
of temperature boing’ reached which yiolds light, and is 
commonly known as incandesconce. The problem here then is 
to have tho smallest possible surfaco in order to obtain the 
required degroe of: light with tho expenditure of tho least 
possible energy. ine 

The factors determining this minimum of surface are: first, 
high rofractory power; second, isolation of the heated body from 
all heat-conducting mediums. 

Tho first is found in a remarkablo degree in the material 
solouted, viz.: carbon made from vogotablo fibro, and is largely 
augmented by the peculiar treatment to which it is subsequently 
subjected. ‘Tho second is obtained by placing it in o receiver 
from which the air has been exhausted, and by expolling all 

‘ the gases from the cells of the carbon’ itself during the process 
of vacuum exhaustion, thus shutting ¢hem, as well as the air: 


out of the globe and leaving the carbon in an atmosphere of tory 


ee as to preclude the radiation of any _/1 
se material degree of heat froin it to the walls of the globe. 


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A third factor limiting the minimizing of surface area is that 
of durability. Ifthe body is excessively small it will not long 


stand tho wasting effoot of the high tamporature,.do erefore af ¥ 
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a limit in this respect is had.. This limit is determined by the 
cost of replacing the lamp when it has failed, and by the value 
" of the energy utilized by-it-in effecting light, that.is to say, the 
“" eoonomicat life of a lomp isthe moan between itd<cost-and the 
“2 ~oalug’ of the ‘electrical andtey ‘ucodia, it -in' a given number- 
of houra, It ia more economical ‘to ‘renew a lamp costing a 
shilling at the ond of 1,000 hours, than to expend even a very 
small percentage more of energy on a slightly inorensed body 
area during each of those 1,000 houra,(and thus make it last 
2,000 hours. J Tho extra expenditure of energy per hour would 
pa, cost many times the shilling—tho cost of lamp renewal. 
Thus the extent of the radiating surface is determinable by 
_ the abovo factors, and the determined surface becomes the gole 
- factor in determining the amount of energy requisite to produce 
a given amount of light, . 
The shapo or form of that’ surfaco area has nothing whatevor . 
to do withthe question. _ It may bo a sheot, a sphere, a stick or 
a long slender thread, just as lo: as the surface remains the same, 
the amount of energy used {0 giva a givon amount of light will 
be constant.: ' joka ol ; 
Therefore resistance is no factor in the economical translation . 
_ of oloctrical energy into light, for it is apparent that if the 
carbon was in the form of a sheet, sphere, or short atick, its 
A ete siaiy would bo practically; nil- while, if elongated into a 
= slender throad, it would be very groat.. . 
 Reatstanos and radiating surface axo therefore absolutely distinot 
factors in the problem of. olectrio ‘lighting. Without thé 
possession of tho first, the lamp is porfect in all respects. Tho 
combination of the two has but one object, viz :—the utisation of the ; 
lamp at a distance from the soures of energy supply. ; 

Tho argument, therefore, that Mr. Epison’s olaim’ for high 
rosistance in combination with a slender. filament is anticipated 
by.the recorded efforts of othors to obtain thin carbong, in order 
to obtain an economical conversion of ‘onergy into light, has no 

_ Sufficient basia, Thero is, in fact, no indication that in searching 
for ¢hin carbons they were necessarily searching for thin oarbons 
Of Aigh resistance; on the contrary, all the evidencé points in tho 
opposite direction, viz., thin carbons and foto resistance ; I main- 


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_ sufficiont basis. There is, in fact, no indication that in searching 









The shapo or form of that ce area has’ nig’ iqhateves 
to do with the question. . “Tt may be & sheot, o sphere, a stick or 
a long slender thread, just ‘as Jong | us the surface remains the same, 
the amount of energy used to Coy @ given amount of light will 
bo constant. 

Thorofore resistance is no fee in the baccioniisal translation . 
of olectrical enorgy into light, for it is apparent that if the 
carbon was in tho form of a sheet, sphere, or short stick, its 
resistance would be practically; nil while, if olongated into o 
slendor thread, it would bo vory great. 

Resistance and radiating surface axe therefore absolutely distint 
factors in the problem of electric lighting. Without the 
possossion of the first, the lamp is perfect in all respects, The 
combination of the two has but one object, viz :—the utilisation of the 
lamp at a distance from the source of energy supply. . 

The argument, therofore, that Mr. Eprson’s claim for high | 
rosistanco in combination with a slender filament is anticipated 
by. tho recorded efforts of others to obtain thin carbons, in order 
to obtain an economical conversion of energy into light, has no 





for thin carbons they wore necessarily searching for thin carbons 
of high resistance; on the contrary, all the evidence points in the 
opposite direction, viz., thin carbons and low resistance; Imain- . 
tain, thorofore, that Mr. Edison's claim for a jilament of carbon “4 
of high resistance is good. , 

It is a claim for a means of subdividing and distributing 
electrical unergy for the purposo of producing light, and not ° F ! 
simply for an electrio lamp yer #0. 

That A had experimentally produced one part of the com- 
bination, and B suggested that the other was a dosirable thing i 
in tho problem of electric lighting, is, to my mind, no sufficient 
estopage of O's claim to invontion, based on tho practical com- 
bination of the two, especially in view of the fact that A says 
,ho-had his part for twenty yoars, and yet he nor others could 
“not combine it with high resistance, and thus anticipate, Mr. 

Bidison i in solving ‘the Problom of forty. years. 
‘ ‘CONSTRUOTION OF THE OARBON. ; 

A fow words on this subjoct will explain Mr. Eprson’s 
thoory as to the production of o superior carbon. It is 
that a natural fibro should bo choson, and not ono manu- 
factured by man. In tho natural fibre the integral con- 
struction will be perfect, while in the manufactured fibre, est 
it cannot but be heterogencous. For example, take a piece 
of bamboo, the fibres will be found to lie in perfectly 
straight lines, and to be composed of an infinite numbor .of 
infinitosimal cella, tho walls of which are thick and strong, thus 
rondering the body exceedingly homogenous. If the filament of 
these fibres to be carbonised consists of, any six individual fibres, 
and the process of cutting the wood be mathematically accurate, i 
so as to onsure siz fibres, no more or less, throughout every unit i 
of its length, it must follow that when carbonized, the carbon | 
will present throughout its longth the same uniform character. H 
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enorgized by the ourrent, sufficiont only to bring it to a degree 

of hont showing a fair red, tho shade of that red will bo found 

to be absolutely even, thus proving that the resistance, tho 

refractory power, ‘and the oxtent of its ‘radiating ‘surface’ is : 

absolutely uniform. Truo, ono carbon may differ from another 

in all these several respoots, but it will be due to the prime 

density of the matorial, tho accuracy of the cutting machine, . ‘ 

the perfection of the carbonizing, or the care and comploteness: 

with which the gases aro forced out of their cells, In other H 

words, given a uniform quolity of material perfection in a 

manufacture will ensure a uniform result. / i 
Now, take a carbon, made of a piece of paper The paper is a 


- ‘gonously thrown together and pasted in their accidental position” eo 
‘by a non-carbonizable material. The result is easily foretold. In ; : 
sthe process of carbonizing the paste is decomposed, the irregularly i 
i,locked, short, and twisted threads only remaining. Examination : ey 





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-1 «the same electrical energization prescribed for the bamboo. 
: uThe “red” will now be found to be of a chequered character— 
. "fe, red only in spots, white in others, and black in others. 
“ * That is to say, the carbon ‘of variable donsity, resistance ond 
.wrefractory power, and of varying superficial area. The cross 
section, having the least material (é.., where-the prongs 


surface, and will be ‘neandescent instead of red and: so 


_ upon those weak spots, and building them up to a uniform density 
and area with the other portions, pnhis i is done by scaling them 
in a vessel containing ee: Gad-ar gasos, and electrically 

Aenergizing them. The‘theory being that at the points of highest 
tempera‘ ye he weak spots) tise will be deposited tho 

atest quantity of carbon.. 

In practice Mr. Epraon found long ago (in 1879)—and others 

-since—that this was so only to a very limited extent. That while 
the weak spots were boing built up, say at a rate of 5, the 

_. +-stronger parts were also receiving an addition at the rate of say 

8 or 4, and that by reason of the fact that “a stern chase is a 

:@ - long chase,” ere the weak had overtaken the strong the whole 

! had become of such bulkyproportions ag to prove valueless, on 

i , account of its diminished-resistance and inoreased surface. . 

This is the oxplanation of the fact, that Eprsow alone gets 

iy uniformity and high resistance, His-modus operandi, therefore in 

; this detail is of the first importanos, and should be carefully 

borne in mind in reference to his patents, 

There is yet another important factor m the construction of” 
the Lamp, which involves the question of economy of energy, 
economy of construction, and the life of the carbon, viz.:— 
the perfection of the contacts between the lead wires and the 
ends of the carbon loop. It is now'well known that imperfect 
contact offers resistance, and resistance in this case means hoat, 
Carbon being o semi- (#.¢., poor) conductor, it is apparent that 
there ‘must be\a difficulty in effecting a good contact.with its 
surface. This difficulty becomes an slement of considerable 
importance; where the surface dealt’ with is so exceedingly 
small, aa would be the ond of the filament of carbon if left of 
the same dimensions as the body. To obviate this difficulty, 
as far as practicable in this respect, the ends are enlarged, and 
i small clamps or- cups of platinum or copper which have beon 
ae . attached to the lead wires are shapod ao as to cover as much of 
5 «the surfaco of this enlarged end as practicable. If a platinum: 
2 ‘ clamp i is usod, it is usually'made to hold the carbon firmly :by 
$ . + small screws passing from one jaw of the clamp to the other, as 
(a! inavico.. This method has, Yowever, two objections: "This screw, 
. or- -the clamp j WB, | soniipinjes, become heated, and relax their 
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“their expansion, and a a seeasaunnt broking of the glass. 


, .of the carbon proper, which of. conrse alters the conditions of 
- -¢he whole, and resulta.in a diminution of light: nef tee 
Aside from these considerations, is the one of the cost of 
fs ; - these. clamps, & very material item, there are many other 
1 awe devices than’ clamps, by which the platinum Jend | wires are 
it : . .,--Uitited to the carbon direct, but.all partake in even o greater 
... degree than the one ‘described ‘of the objections named. ‘The 
.-best,-and: tlie only really practical method: of effecting this 
connection is the one adopted finally by Mr. -Epison. It 
: consists of o small copper oup-shaped receptacle, made by 
i ~. ~~ soldering a piece. of copper wire, to the end of the platinum 
~ lend wires, then - chammering it out and folding the flat plate’ 
thus obtained, sidowise, 50 28 to bring its two edges near to 
each other, tho enlarged ends of the carbon are then dropped 
‘ . into these receptacles, and the very gentle pressure thoy exort 
S sufficés to hold the carbon in a. propor’ position temporarily. 
j _ It is then submerged in an electro-plating bath, in such mannor 
ee as only to subject tho clamping point of the carbon to the . 
action of the bath, and « deposit of copper is had upon the 
surface of both the cup and tho carbon ends, thus firmly 
wolding them together as if oné body, this device invariably 
~engures freedom from ali tho difficulties above mentioned, It is 
an annnamionl a mathed ag comnnrad with any other that for 








more markedly ond a fina fatal way, by Suialeg the carbon to 


-of the “stump” only unite) will be-of comparatively small — 


on. Now this state of things is recognized, and a remedy-is -- 
sought in the adoption of the process of depositing hydro-carbon * 


All. 
this heat is of -course waste energy, and besides the effects : ae ~ 
" ‘montioned, there is established a resiatance, independent of that - 


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their’ expansion, and‘ a consi 


.. degree than the one described of the objections named. The 
‘best,--anid“4he only really practical method of effecting this 


. removed, and the fibres—now carbonized—are found to be of ¢7” 


: further.examination. 









equent bredking of the glass, All 
this hoat is of course waste energy, ond besides the offcots 5 a a 4 
mentioned, thera is established a resistance, independent of that : 4 
of tho carbon proper, which of course alters the conditions of 


agree oF heat to” dparien seria a 


. ¢he whole, and results in o diminution of light: 


Aside from these considerations, is the one of the cost of 
these clamps, a very material itom, there are many other 
devices than clamps, by which the platinum lead wires are 
unitod to the carbon direct, but all partake in even a greater 


connection is tho ono adopted finally by Mr. Epson. It 
consists of a small copper cup-shaped receptacle, made by 
soldering a picce of copper wire, to the end of the platinum 
lend wires, thon hammering it out and folding the flat plate 
thus obtained, sidowise, ao as to bring its two edges noar to 
each other, the onlergod ends of tho carbon are then dropped 
into those receptacles, and the vory gentle pressure they exert 
suffices to hold the carbon in a. proper position tomporarily. 


_ It is then submerged in an olectro-plating bath, in such manner ; 


as only to subject the clamping point of the carbon to tho 
action of the bath, and a doposit of coppor is had upon the 
surface of both the cup and the carbon ends, thus firmly 
welding them together as if oné body, this devico invariably 


- ensures freedom from ali the difficulties above mentioned, It is 


‘go economical a method as comparod with any other that for 
this reason alono, not to speak of the graver ones of imporfeot 
contact, &o., it is very impurtant to hold it. The patent covering . 
this method should be critically examined, as I am informed 
an effort is boing made to invalidate it, at present other makers 
adopt tho cruder, and moro expensive methods. Thero romains 
Dut one othor feature of the Lamp to describ, viz., the means — 
provided for obtaining a porfect sealing at the point where the 
lead wires pass through the glass. ‘This is effected by @ 
flattening of the mass ‘of the tubo through which they pass, 
into a solid bar, thus, fusing the wires, and the glass together, 
and providing o sufficient body of glass, to provent the slight 
expansion of the wires from oracking it. 

The terminals to which the lead wires are joined, to facilitate 
the connection with the main wires of tho system, will more 
properly recoive attention in the description of the socket and ; ; 
other fixtures. ‘ t { 

The method of carbonizing the fibre may properly be con- : 
sidorod in any description of the Lamp, although I do not know Ro ack 
that Mx. Episox hos constituted the process a part of hid"” at rr 
patentable system. The process consists of placing each fibre in ee ' 
ite own mould, and then placing a number, say 20 or 80, of theso ; 


individual moulds in a larger recoptacle. This is thon sealed, so : SH a 
as to exclude the air, and being placed in a furnace, the whole : 
is brought to a very high temperature, closely bordering on the yr 


melting point. The vossel is thon removed, and after being fp 
allowed to gradually cool, ia opened, and the small moulds, Ut 
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the shapo desired for tho Lamp, and to bo perfectly uniform in 
every respect. This uniformity of shape, degreo of carbonization 
and perfect freedom from oxidization, is obtainod by means “ 
moro or less novel and difficult of attainment. Mr. Epison may 
linve ‘described some of thom in his patents—this will appear on 





Those remarks will apply also to the means employed to. 
obtain a thoroughly good vacuum pump. Thore are many 
difficulties in tho way of obtaining a good. vacuum in an 
economical manner. Mr. Epison has solved those, and his. 
factory is equipped with 600 vacuum pumps of his own design : 

| 


* and arrangomont, all more or less novel, and giving to the pump 


a quick and efficiont vacuum-producing capacity. These and “ 
other details connected. with tho manufacture of the Lamp I will 

not now describe minutely, but will of course do ao if reference 

is. made to them in the patents under examination. 


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oes s. A of the, ‘first. part; DREXEL , MORGAN . AND: ‘COMPANY. fae 

: New: York, 0. S.:Ay ofthe ! ‘second: part :: EGISTO ...PAOLO: FABBRL : 
eee of” New “York: aforesaid ‘ wand | oo “PORTER + “LOWREY 
ago of) New’ York “aforesaid’ 6 and TI 


Loioa des ce 


HONORABLE’ “EDWARD eubtbeid “BOUVERIE - 
ames ‘appe: ‘the fo “herec eid 


vw amigte Lb: oot 
ed, fo : by, them, in reinafter mentioned. of ‘the, 


Mop Oy ud et BATHS 


~ fourth part, “Ahereas the said- Thomas ‘Alva Edison is::the owner: of the .: 
. Patents. specified, in the schedule, hereto. subject. to; certain, 2 


Tlie Tat BE pel sOr ty GF uo Poe aos i, Fs ries 


the Parties hereto of, ‘the, Second and third: ‘parts. ‘Sisto. it is 5 hetebp:ugteed § 


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ni the parties 


























et ‘as follows that'is to ‘say 


Pred Sear 2 tpt ile eh 3 in] ‘ beatin 
“L The: ; parties hereto: of the fourth part, will. within two. Joon aftr Sol eseetion 
of this Agreement by. the parties hereto of the first, three parts. form Compa 


registered "a “ander ‘The Companies Acts" 1862 Tie wile 


be called The’ Edis rie Light, Company Limited’ fo 
of purchas asing and acquiring the said Patents ‘and adopting this’ Agreement. 


AF gc 
Zing  Ohiee oUbs. soeseets iherle “tote om ‘OP “ef iB. } al Spat 
hereto of the fourth part, will _ Subscribe for the. ‘number 0 of A shares in the said, Com 
TgO495 oF QO PBI NON Oise $1950 < ion CaNEG GE | MiSs 


opposite elr names respectively and will not part with. such shares = any of, oe during 
ny "The ‘Compan 




































the first year after the formation of the Cohipany. ny “shall 
business ‘immediately: after its ra act SEs 
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WeGLE fee ee el ae ols de 
2. Drexel‘ Morga iibscribe: for” 


Tete 


and will not pt with such share 



























pany’ shill Ho 250 soi si iito 25,000 A Shares of £10 


a Jileat ini Poon: ia ial Gb sunnier cerietitesss bale 


ach with power to increase the | apital beyond. £500,000 


















Gia eri eee pea itt 1G oh’ fone fe setting adi 
such” increased. Gajpital ‘wi hb such h pref erence or prionity 
ny by Spéetiit Réesol Hon bits: af sot pais Mosul 





Hi eo ititrcat cil to neethel ZT Hoy {BA topeiq 
‘4. The yearly ae of the Company available ie Divident shall be ajiilied:s— 
Firsdy—tIn. ‘payment | of a preferential. cumulative Dividend a the rate of. £6,per 


Pio mi hie HO ar Geb fe Ted, BSP tjate 


cent. per, annum on, the, amount. for, the, fime, PP paid wu uw? or, credited... 





a gate non fa Dapp coe at chee) BS heres) 


as paid up on the A. shares. 


Dinst Ban Wout deo bgigon cdr fisge ee at tear as feb GCE betits 
oFtool Secondly -Tn-s payment, of, a Diyi yidend. pari. pagsy.on.. the amounts paid ea as 
To seacptite »eredited ..as, as, paid up on the;,A.and: B,.shares;. : 


In therevéntiof: ithecivindi gap ‘ofthe Company the repayniént: of the ambunt paid) por 
credited asi: paid up-on'ithe :A:l-sharéswithsany/ arrears ‘of! thé: cumulativé ‘Dividétid:6fi!"™™. 
£5 per cent.'thereon!shall have <priority::::Any: further‘surplus of assets ‘shall ‘befdistributea’ 4") 
over ‘the :A and/:B-shares in! 'propdrtion ‘to.-the amount" paid up or'credited!' as‘ paid yp el 
thereon! 7z/e: such:surplus ‘shall; be disttibutéd as: ‘to‘one-half'among ‘thé'A: shares’ dnd'a8' to!” 
the other,half among the2B sharessiq talio bus connarch saael -/ woah AL ental? I 


jeun Desuorst eos cedoop bowiuudo esurug ods i 
5. The vee power shall pes follows —l1 oie for each a share and I vote for te 


every 2 B shares: <' 
























lb py UN 


a6, The. qualifidation for'a Di ec 


be the ‘holding’ ‘of 500 A shares. ie 


aT eOET wobcs bis 








720,000; A: a shall be first issued and. actaly subscribed for: withini2 
the formation of the. Company. .. id : 


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“8,-The’ said” ‘Thomas ‘Alva Edison with ha! Gonuiide of the parties hereto ofthe” 
second and third’ ‘parts’ will sell‘ and’ ‘assign’ ‘to ‘the Company’ (1) the ‘several ‘Patents ‘~!’ 
specified in‘ the Schedule hereto being the whole of ‘the Patents taken’ out ‘by him, or on a 
his behalf in relation to the application of clectricity or Magnetism as a lighting” heating 
and motive agent and (2)'all electric lamps dynamos and other plant belonging to them or 
any of them now in Great Britain and used or.capable of being used for the exhibition of the 
said Patents or the production of electric light and the lease of No. 57, Holborn Viaduct. 


9. The Company shall be entitled without further payment than’ is hereinafter 
mentioned . to all extensions ‘of the :said Patent rights. ad to all improvements upon 
or connected. with’ the said ‘inventions or- the applications of the same eee may be 
made -by the said Thomas: Alva. Edison... ': ae ‘ 


10. The: consideration’ to’ be’ paid: by the Company. for the said Patenta’ and plant 
shall Be (first), ae ‘sum . of £° Bae Sire to oe ‘Paid to ‘the parties hereto of the second 














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part.and which shall be taken ‘to: represent the ‘actual: expenditure ‘in ‘England”“on the. 2~.. 
part of the parties hereto of the first three parts with reference to the said patents plant ~~ 
business and ledse up’ to this time. (Sccondiy) The ‘allotment to the said T-A. Edison 
of one fully paid-up B’share for every'£10' of” capital“actually paid up or credited as paid 
up in respect of A:shares. : ‘Such allotment'shall-be:imade within one calendar month after 
every such sum of :£10 shall ;be:actually.paid up.or :credited as paid up. All necessary 


contracts shall be 


Se ak ye Sam ofits Fake a } : iibise cite Coty 
T. A. Edison to register t same, prior to the Asst le of such B shares, 
eaile cell iuee ial A GOP be eS Gape lad ! 
Al. The said T. A. Edison will ithout the, consent. of. the Company before the 
year 1890 part with one [fourth] 


allotted to‘ him’and the’Company may refuse to register any transfer of stich shares 















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“*12:'The Company ‘shall’ pay to'the' Parties hereto ‘of the secoud ‘part én the execution 
and delivery;to: it of the:necessary::assigninent; drassignments: ‘of -the-‘said ‘Patents the 


sum of £10,000 and also, at.that time; o mn, the giving of the Certificate mentioned in 


Eases pert 


clause 17 (whichever shall last happen) the further sum of £15,000 both of which sums 


shall:ibe considered as‘ paid ‘by sway “of :advanceé on ‘account ‘of ‘Dividends: on'‘B‘ shares. § 













lat patsaege Tas sir) ato svt gerd ada Ja naes og a Fear 
13. The Certificates of one half of the Bs 1ares for the time 
oj PH ertcade set lig iene PGi: GEA EP’ MENGE STG eT! 


Thomas Alva Edison or his nominees shall be. retained by the Company and 
fase Reiss aghuhitice iit “Hos Jeellisti lt Se stiameay bo! i of : pith 

= shall be actually paid in respect of, such one-half of the B shares 

= pittee ant fas Nieroem A hes sal Bae ase tee 


would otherwise have been payable in respect thereof shall have made 
















Bes 8 Bore dt up egeita f. io tent #f PMOL 383-10 © 
of £10,0 £15,000 'so paid as aforesaid interest bein he account at 
se {Po VAR He adie # LIER Coney Bat day og 











pel Suit “HGR sifzoqqa 
iwi 8 th yearly sests. ai do gotingnot odd tobe ery yer oft 
aim‘be made againstvany..of:thé patties sheretoriof -thei- 
first three parts for the return of any part.of the said sums rand £15,000 


feuergio ) fice culi re annguip S hab oapinadge bry DWE TL 
or any in erest thereon but the said sums when repai or sa ‘means aforesaid 

in LHS a rut a ini Ae f the Ci DAUD Hat io fan an es try PEG Joa sy i 
shall ‘not be deemed income of the vomipany. : 


. to. the said. Thomas Alva Edison or his-nominees free 
det ProahiVih UUM UUG 2 Sd WEEe TNO) OM 16 UGG soho 


Pe Ona of the SEF BF 2 Imp epyoments feo AO tons 
hae ae THES pemwayg eee mmon roads, ,And.every such jr. 
negative and other covenants by the Company asmay be necessary 


or proper for protecting the said T. A. Edison or his nominées ‘in the enjoyment of such 


ee 


free and exclusive Jicaticbas’? bectivitl 1) idieve quausee’ daddy ua athe site, ofV fb 


16 The "said “Thomas Kiva Heiden will foi tins to 
despatéh'‘siipply to thie’ Conipatly ‘at’ thé “prices thatwed'” by” most favoured 
customer (such prices not to exceed the actual cds! price df imateHials'bS4 labour with 
an addition of; per‘cent. for superintendence ‘yenertil charges‘and’ —profit) “all \Stich'electric 
lamps dynamos and other plant“‘as'shall be'requiréd by the ‘Companyfor?the purpose of 
their .operations. : All,such jlamps,dynamos and :plant:toy bé:delivered:itoi therorder ofthed1 11 
Company, at; the place of, manufacture and:to; bespaidiforzin: cash/.and sifiiso: required: to Ibe ibs 
packed, and. shipped by,ithe, said T, . i Edison.ias; the agent;and!:at -theicostiofithe:-Companyay 32. 
But the j\Company. shall..not che bound ,to,purchase» from ithe. saidii‘Thomas{Alva; Edison + 
except, that, the.Company, shall. within,,;one,month afteri its: incorporation {purchase of: the- 
said Thomas A. Edison electric lamps dynamos and other plant: t6.: the» éxtent: of £20,000.) 911 


-at the prices charged to his most favoured customer. , , 
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17. Notwithstanding any of the provisions hereinbefore contained there shall ibe t nov117-: 
oblsafion on the part of the Company to pay,the said sum, of £15,000 or any part the 
unless’ dina ‘infil it "shall “Have | been’ certifed by Sir William Tho: and Sir ¥ oe 
Joseph Bramwell whose Certificate shall be countersigned by Messrs. Price Waterhouse and)” 
Company..Public Accountants that-electric ‘light can be‘produced and distributéd: by. ‘itieahs 
or with the aid of all or any of the processes covered by the said:Patents:at “a cost-not: «/: 
greater, than the. cost, of the production and distribution. of gas in London,affording an 
equal amount of light. Provided always that the formation of the Company.and the _ 
assignment of the Patents and the commencement of the Company's business shall not. 
be delayed till such Certificate has been given. 








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18. Ifthe Company shall not be incorporated within the said period of: two ‘calendar:: !--« 
months or if the first issue of A shares shall not be actually subscribed’ for within the said 


contained shall be void. 


19. The said parties hereto shall at the expense of tho Company enter into and 
-execute and procure the execution by all other proper parties of all such further deeds and: 
agreements as may be necessary to give full effect to the provisions of these ‘presents and in 
the event of any difference as to what shall be contained in such further deeds and 
agreements or in reference to the carrying into effect of any clause of. these presents the same 
shall be referred to the decision of two or more responsible persons to be appointed in the 

usual way one by each of the parties to the difference or their umpire. 




















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20. This Agreement may be modified from time to time after the formation of the _ 


Edison and of Drexel Morgan & Co. 
and of the Company. y 


presents have hereunto set their . 
hands the day and year first above written. ‘ 


SCHEDULE OF PATENTS. 












No. of In whose Name No. of : -. In whose Ni 
Patent. Dste.. taken out, Patent. ; _ Date. taken out : 
1 4. 4226 .. Oct. 23,1878 -.. T.A. Epox 21... 1240 ., Mar. 21,1881 ., _E. G. Brewer 
2 .. 4502 .. Nov.7 ,, +» E.G.Buewer | 92 |. 1783... April25 ,, ,, ears oe i 
3 .. 5306 .. Dee.28 ,, -- T. A. Enison 23 .. 1802 .. April26 ,, ++ P.Jexsen | 
14 ., 2402 ., June 17,1879 ., fe 24{}.. 1918 .. Mays - |) og G. Brewer 
TiS . 4576 ., Novdo , .. 26 +., 1943 .. May4 4, 4, b ‘ = ; 
2 6 .. 5127 .. Dents , ., "9 26 .. 2482 ., Juno7 yw. ig a Bs : 
“+7 .. 38 ., Jai 3, 1880 ., Pe 27 }.. 2492 .. Innes ,, .. P Jensen = 
8 .. 578 .. Febsi0,, a he. 2495 » ..+ E.@ Brewer = 
9 .. 602 ., Febril ,, a : yo ONS Bideween’ 0" Ss 2 
10 .. 1885 ., ApH 5 fen ae cos We Bis , “ye EL, Brewer i = } 2. 
11 .. 3765 .. Septis,, .. E.G.Buewm | 31! Pi) eet ee tere ta “3 Ee: 
FR 12 .. 3880 -. Bept. 24 «+ DP. Jensen. - Lo. n, we P. JENSEN . " S : ‘3 
> 13... 3894, Bept-25 or Sar s ” eT 3g i2 
= 14 .. 3964 .. Sept.30 ,, Se x Saco sees 5 :§ 
_ 15 .. 4391 .. Octza7. ,, at Bppt-27°,,°  .. EVG. Brewer ct 3 
: 16 .. 539 .. Fob.@iss1.- E. G. Bazwzr--| 36 §,; a6 8Ry ni Jet:18. yw. Pe Jenezn 3 (Bes 
E. 7 .. 562 .. Foe ,, |. P. Seven. 87 fe ABBR Oph Ie a. i= 
is H8 4. 768 ., Feb,2s ,, +» E.G. Baewzr - , 38.f. 457It'.. Oct. wy .. E.G. Brewer x ne 2 
e m9 4. 792 ., Febr2t,, .. BP. Jexsn 39 [.. 4576 .. Och19 4, .. a - 3 Ne 
Ea Oo .. 1016 ., 9,, ve E.G. Brewer || -: 4 fe Bec } oS . 
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1881. Electric Light - Puskas & Saportas (D-81-034) 


This folder contains correspondence and other documents relating to the 
business of Puskas & Saportas, a stock-trading company organized about 1879 by 
two associates of Edison, Theodore Puskas and Edward W. Saportas. Puskas & 
Saportas specialized in buying and selling the stocks of the various Edison electric 
light companies, 


All the documents have been filmed. 




















. doanks No, 2, 


THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. 


ALL MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS: 


gy guard anatart mistakes or delays, the sender of a mesuace should order St mmrmarzo 5 that 
te, telegraphed back to the origtnating office for comparison, Fur thie, ove tall Lue reguler rate 
fa'charged in addition, It te agreed between the setider of the followlbg ineesage sad thls Come 


L's pany, (hat ald Company shalt not be Hable for mistakes of delayata the treaenlalon delivery, 


or Pree waee ‘Of any UNREPEATED message, ther happentog by negligence of ite serval 
1 


ibe, Doyond the armount received for sending ive satue} Horlor misiates srdelayein the 
ton or delivery, orfornon-dellvery, Ofany xevearup raesssge beyond fy times (be som 
ally rod | nor Ia any case for delays arfelRg from 


ae Sia lta ne worategof Hanno for erara fh cher a abate reuse 
‘nero terrtptions king: for erro 
And 2 Compan ¥ tehereby ra de the agent of the sender, without Thetuitey, to forward any mes- 
06 Of any other Company when Lacesary ta reach {ts destination. 
nm the transmission of messages to oeny pots om the lines of this can can be 


A. R. BREWER, Secretary. 


ry 


devvaxn by contract In writing, mee arrsed amo uet of risk, Live} payment of remtam theres 

at the following rates, It addition to the 1 charge for repeated messages, viz.7 O05 per cent, 
forany oegance 8 hot exceediog 1,000 sills ut twu per cent forapy greater distance, No em- 
ployee of ibe Com) pany ta authoriied Lo vary the foregoing. 

No responsibility rararding messages. teaches fo thle Company noiltl the same are presented 
and accepted wt one of Its tranemitting offices anit Ifa message 16 bent tu euch office by one of the 
Oompuyre Legon titel nba nets | neta fat that purpose as the nxent of the sender, 

jeaaaces Ww 
tioe_tot dalivery at a greater distance, a apect 
silvery. 


writting, within slzty days after sending the messaxe, 
NORVIN GREEN, 3 Prostdont. 





elivered free withio the esiablisbet free dalivery’ Unite of the terminal ~ 
charge will be made to cover the cout of such \ 


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o--4ne -numboroi'dlactela ‘Nietie"compantes . .. 


constantly incroasing, and: tho trananotions in |’ 


helr ahares. form b vory. considorablo propor> 
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‘ost of theso sharsa command o promlum, and 
some, like. the: Hdiscn;-sell for, several, timos 
their par bs ues; The: subscriptions to Ye moat 
rocently Organized: company, tho: Edia 7 
{ntting, already. command a promium of 17.to 


any {9 -to'introduceand © 


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furnish the ‘Wdleon light in this olty, and has al- 
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the original Edigon Compa yi. AD announce. 
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47 WILLIAM STREET, 


(ROOMS 10 & 41) 







New York, November gth, 1881, 


We have for two years past made a specialty of dealing in, and buying and selling on commission, 

‘the stocks of the various companies organized under Mr. Edison's patents for electric lighting. We 
have no official connection with the Company, and our views are governed by entirely unprejudiced in- 
vestigation of the Edison system of lighting as compared with gas and other electric lighting systems. 


Under the Edison patent three Companies are now organized— 


Ist, THe Epison Exectric Licur Company. 
2d. THe Epison Evecrric In.uaiatinc Company or New York, 
3d. Tue Eptson Evectric Licht Company or Europe (Limited). 


ts. THe Epison Execrric Licur Company is the original Company, with a capital of 
$480,000—4,800 shares of S100 each. The capital was originally $300,000, but was increased to 
$480,000 by an assessment on the stockholders of $60 per share for each share of their holding, which 
money was required to meet the expenses of the first experiments made by Mr,,Edison at Menlo Park. 
The payment of this assessment was entirely optional with the stockholders, «ind was freely met by all, 
each one receiving in return for the $60 paid in 6-roths of a share of stock, or in other words stock at 
par. At the time of its issue the stock on the basis of $480,000, sold in. the market and is still selling at 
$1,000 per share, so that each stockholder received for his $60 what to-day is worth $600. 


We are very frequently asked: “Is not $1,000 per share a very high price for a stock that has as 
yet paid no dividends?” We invariably answer, no, and give as our reasons, the following: 


Mr. Edison's system of lighting is the only one which, in our judgment, has thus far shown any 
ability to successfully compete with gas on ‘a large scale, as evidenced by the work being done by the 
Epison Execrric InLuminatiNG Company oF New York, which will more fully appear under that 
head. Now what does successful competition with gas mean? It means that the money invested in gas 
alone in the United States is $400,000,000 ; that the gas companies pay an average dividend on the 
above of ro per cent. or $40,000,000 ; that should the Edison Company only secure one-quarter of the 
$400,000,000, or $100,000,000, upon which it could pay 10 per cent., viz. : $10,000,000, said $10,000,000 
would be divided between 4,800 shares, giving in round numbers a dividend of $2,000 to the share, It 
is easily seen what the value of shares that will pay $2,000 per annum is likely to be. We have only 
taken the field for the Edison light at one-quarter of gas, but when we say that the natural increase in 
gas lighting per annum is about $9,000,000, and that the Electric light can be introduced in many places 
where gas would be out of the question, it will be readily seen that the prospects are far greater. We 
have also been frequently asked ; “Why does the Edison Company not light up,” and have answered : 
“The Company's first principle being competition with gas, and competition with gas being not the 
lighting up of one or two isolated places, where no competition could be shown, it has been decided that 
no attempt at isolation should be made in the City of New York,” but for the purpose of this competition 
a Company was formed, which is: : 





. _ 2d, Tue Epison Evecrric Innuminatinc ‘Company or NEW York, capital $1,000,000, which 
Was organized for the purpose of lighting the City of New York, by Mr. Edison's system. ‘The holders: 
of the stock of the Epison Evecrric Licur Company were entitled to subscribe to the stock of the 
{luminating Company at par, and did so subscribe, instalments of 60 per cent, having already been paid 
in, ‘The subscribers to the first million having the right to subscribe at par to the next issue of stock 

* required for additional districts to be lighted, and. the subscribers to the last issue always having the 
tight to subscribe at par for all additional issues, up to $10,000,000, required for the City of New York. 
Tue Epison Exvectrric Licur Company receives from the above subscriptions 10 per cent. in cash and 
25 per cent, in stock. 


The Illuminating Company received from the City of New York the right to lay tubes under- 
ground, and this is-now being done in the first district which extends from South Street, through Peck 
Slip and Spruce Street to Nassau, down Nassau to Wall, through Wall (east) to South, and embraces the 
territory bounded by these streets. ‘The majority of gas consumers in the district have contracted with 
the Illuminating Company for the light, one consumer alone requiring 5,400 lamps in his building, 
Among the streets already tubed are Peck. Slip, Spruce Street, William to Ann, Cliff Street, Pine Street 
we, and others. Over 1,300 buildings have been wired for the light and several consumers, who had not 
contracted with the Company, on seeing the rapid advance being made, have now sent in their appli- 
cations for the light. . 


. This is only one source of profit to the Enison Exvectric Licut Company, another being the 
sale of generators (dynamo-machines), lamps and all paraphernalia required for the complete develop- 
ment of the system. Companies are already forming, and individual applications are greater than the 
large works established by Mr, Edison are able to fill, for while the Company has objected to do any 
business on a small scale in the City of New York or other gas districts, yet it is selling its machines for 
isolated purposes as fast as they can be turned out. 


3d Tue Epison Evectric Licut Company or Europe (Limited), capital $2,000,000, controls 
the Edison patents for continental Europe. ~ 


In Paris Mr. Edison was awarded the highest diploma of honor for his lighting system, and ‘ob- 
tained besides five gold medals. Several large syndicates have been formed in France for the purpose 
of lighting cities and for manufacturing generators, tubes and lamps. , 


We believe that the future of all of the above companies is very great, and will cheerfully furnish - 
any information within our reach to our friends and the public. 


PUSKAS & SAPORTAS, 


No. 47 WitiiaAm STREET, 














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1881. Exhibitions - Paris Electrical Exhibition (D-81-035) 


This folder contains correspondence, reports, and other documents relating to 
the Edison exhibit at the Paris Electrical Exhibition of 1881. Much of the 
correspondence is by Edison's associates, Joshua F. Bailey, Charles Batchelor, and 
Otto A. Moses. Some letters discuss Edison's competitors, particularly Hiram S. 
Maxim. Other material deals with the promotion of the Edison electric light 
system in Europe. Included also are lists of the equipment used in the exhibition, 
floor plans of the exhibit space, and a copy of the report by Theodore du Moncel on 
the Edison light. Related material can be found in D-81-027 (Electric Light - 
Edison yore Light Company of Europe) and D-81-032 (Electric Light - Foreign - 
Europe). 


Approximately 80 percent of the documents have been filmed. The following 
categories of documents have not been filmed: routine shipping lists; duplicate 
copies of selected documents. 





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Chof du Seyi ds des Installations a 1’ Rxposition 
internationule d'Slectricite at au vongres des 
Electricions,. 
4 Rue Porrauult. Paris. 
Doar Siirt 
On my return IT found as T expected in Rdison had 
done nothing about designating ‘his spuce in the uxposition until 


he sav me. Having told him of the rosult of my conversation 






: With you he addressed u lettor to our Asst. Seeye Of Stato, which © 


in duo vourse of tine will probably bo comuunicated ta you from 
Washington. 

I, howevor, tuke tho Liberty of sonding you & copy of it in 
order that you may be promptly able to accomplish what tho Secye 
of State will request. 

With many thanks for your courtasy, I am, dour Sir, 


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Antoine Breguet, 


Chef du service des Installations a jt Exposition 


internationule ad’ lectricito at au gongres des nar 
Flectricicns. : i 
& fue Porrault. Paris, “* 


Dear Sirt 
On my satan I found as I expected Mn Rdison had 

done nothing about designating ‘his space in the !xposition until 
he Saw ines Having told him of the result of ny conversation 
with you he addressed a Lettor to our Asst. Seeye GF Stute, vhich © 
in duc vourse of tinue will probably ba comunicated te you from 
Washington, 

tf, however, take the Liberty of sonding you & sopy of it in 
order that you muy be promptly able to accomplish what the Secy. 
of State will request. 

With many thanks for your courtasy, I am, dour Sir, 


Very truly, yours, 


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[ATTACHMENT] [FROM CHARLES BATCHELOR? ] 


Nay Slst, — 


Theodore Puskas, Esq. 





oS AV ONUG do-L-opera, Paris. 
- Dear Sir: 

On my return I informed Mr Edison of the conversa~’” 
tions’ I had with the chief of instullation, Nn Breguet, about ob-" 
taining the bést locations in the Exposition building, for his - 
exhibits, | Ha decided to seleet the two roous on the gallery 
“to the right of the aawenee, which will give us a space of 72 


“fest “squaro, to be filled with a most elaborate collection of his | 


“inventions. 


lin Edison addressed a letter to the Assistant Secretary of 
State, making a requisition for this, and also asking the privi- 
lege to light tho space in the galler oceupied by tho central, room 
72x 72 feot, immediately at head of the staffease: tho six rooms 
“to the right, each 72 x 36 foot, and the’ six to. the Loft of same 
“sizes also the staireaso down to tho doorway , anda few lamp- 
‘post's immediately. outside. Ho will &het have 1,000 ‘Lights ‘te 


‘distyibute in this area. He also enclosed a diagram of the "~ 


exposition wuiiding and asked for a space 12 x 18 feot, with pas=*~ 


sage-Way round on the ground floor, in which’ to operata his steam’ 








[ATTACHMENT] [FROM CHARLES BATCHELOR? ] 


dynamo. 
The Ass't. Secty of State replied he will make every effort 
‘to seguro it. 
sete Wi21 you confer with Nr Rreguet about this as soon as possi~” — 
ae ~pié;"and Anform us by eable of the consummation of the matter?" 
“At the same time, ploase let your Secretary adourately dewigi’ 
the space allotted to us, und mail ‘a plan as soon as practicable. 
In tho interim, will you be kind enough to oxercise your’ 
~“taste@ in selocting about six elegant lamp-posts, td be placed in’ 
' fidnt of tho Palais de 1’ Industria, if wo are permitted to do so? 
“"""~“Beeh will contain a group of six lights. As it will pro-” 
‘dueey pérhaps, the first impression of our sapacity for Lighting== 
and as first improssiong are dan lasting--you seo how much wild 
devolve upon you. . | 
‘I think every thing has wonderfully improved during my ab 
seneeés The eloctric light is absolutely perfect. Tho Lamps in 
>-our offices have been burning singe they started ‘i five and one har 


MAF Ne 


hours “& night, for two months and not ‘one Lump has brokens 7° 


“"“"Haison is well, and just as full of great ideas as evére 


Truly, yours, 


~ Maat Wea é : one 


SSS kA a Nas as iat pe y gc 





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[FROM CHARLES BATCHELOR] 


June 10, 13 $/ 


Theodore Puskas Ese, ‘ 
45 Avenue de 1 Operay,. 


Paris, France 


‘Dear Sir} 


Our exhibit will consist of:-~ 


1, 150 Horse- power Builer. 

ie Dynaino and Engine for 1000 lights. 

1. Small dynane. 

1. 5S Horse~power motor with countershaft, 
I. | Sewing machine motor, and sewing machino. 
ee Motor driving pump. 


le” Motor and fan. 


‘SS | New prineiple dynamo, 


pe Main ourront regulator and appliances. 


dy°' Set of apparatus for measuring resistance of lamps." 


1. Set apparatus for meusitrung economy of ‘lamps. 
ae Photin eter and appliances. 
Lamps, 


200, 3 light chundelicrs. 


100. 2 light chandeliers. 





50. 


50% 


100, 


12. 


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1, 


1. 


1. 


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1° Phonographic~Tolephonte system. 


Swing brackets for lamps, 


1 light..chandeliers, 


Rigid brackets for lanips. 


Regulator meters for tho light. 


Motor by deposit. 


Safety catches eta, 


Private lino Telegraphic printing system, 
Stook quotation printing telegraph system. 


Automatic fac-simile telegraph system 


"Systems of Domestic Telegraphy. 


” Quadruplex system of telegraphy. 


Duplex systema of telegruphy, 


Automatic chemical Morse system of telography, 


‘Automatie » Roman letter system of tolegraphy. 


Notograph Telephone system 


‘Combination Telephone systom, 


Nusical Tdlephone system, 





sbi tices aati ak eee. 








1. 


1. 





1. 


1. 





65 Fifth Avonue, 


Aare Yorks. 


Samples of all pipes and service boxes used on the Edison 


system. 


, 


Mirror Webermeter. 

Tasimeter and appliances, 

Odorsecope and appliances. 
Resistance box for strong currents. 
Thermo Galvanometer. 

Cunrent regulator, (fluid-bridge. ) 
Set Leyden jars with high vacuum. 
Carbon resistance box. 


Telegraphic carbon strip Relay. 


” Motograph Relay. 
” pressure Relay. 
” ' expansion Relay. 


Telephone repeater. 1. Telephone switch-board. 
Set Electric Pens and duplicating presses. 

Chalk battery. 

Gendenass in vacua, 


Segar lighter. 





le Motograph gong. 

1. Set apparatus for illustrating *Etheric Force.” 
1, Magnetic motograph. 

= A inabee of pleces'af upparatus illustrating the different. 
methods of increasing and decroasing the resistance of a clos- 
ed circuit by carbon contact and illustrating the progress of 


“the Edison talephonyu transmitter as universally used. 


‘Cases of samples of Bambuos, Carbonized articles, processes 


‘Of manufacture, ete cote ete. 


Photographs, -~ Buoks, ete ete etc. 


Very respectfully yours, 














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WESTERN ELECTRIC MANUFACTURING CO., P.O, BOX 1745 
62-68 NEW CHURCH STREET, 


: NEW YORK, 
CHICAGO, 
290-989 Kinzaa Steuer, 


JUNE If, 1881 
Te A. EDSON, ESa, 
65 FIFTH AVENUE 
: NEW YORK 
DEAR SYRi-wn 
WE WILL MAKE: THE 
TWO REED PENS THAT YOU WANT FOR THE PARIS 


EXPOSITION, BUT SHALL NOT BE ABLE TO GET 


THEM OUT UNDER A MONTHs 


YOURS TRULY, 


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[FROM CHARLES BATCHELOR?] 


NEW YORK» JUNE 14TH. I188l6 


65 FIFTH AVE. 


JeF. BAILEY, ESQ. 
45 AVENUE DE L* OPERA 
PARIS» FRANCEs 


DEAR SIR3~ 





THIS WILL BE HANDED YOU BY MR,G.WeLITTELL, THE ENGINEER 
WHO GOES TO PARIS BY STEAMER "AMER! QUE, AGCOMPANYINGs AND IN CHARGE OF, 
ae THE BOILERS TO BE ERECTED FOR US BY THE BABCOCK:.& WILCOX COMPAN Ye 
BY ADVISING AND ASSISTING WIM You WILL GREATLY OBLIGEs 


VERY FAITHFULLY YOURS » 











JUNE 14 THs. | 


‘THEODORE. PUSKAS, ESQ, 





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aa 45 AVENUE DE L! OPERA 


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THE SHIPMENT 18 MADE FROM HEW YORK TO VARIS DIRECT SO THAT HE WILE 


HAVE NO TROUBLE IN MAKING TRANSFERS FROM SHIP TO RAIL. WHEN HE REA= 


eal 


CHES HAVRE HE WILL DISPATCH YOU TO MEET Ht AT THE DEPOT TN PARTS AS 


HE 19 IGNORANT OF THE saeiel LANGUAGE AND 18 A STRANGER IN YOUR CITY, 
PLEASE SEE THAT HE ig. OM) SaTRBLY. BODIES FOR. ° ON THE 22ND, DR, uOSES 
AND MR, SEUBEL ic eAuE Won rg ter ceaitie DR.MOSES WILL BE 
OUR PIONEER: AND i eae NEGeORARY FOR ME ee FOR HIM AT YOUR 
Sunapee ATTENTION We DROERVES, | WILL PUSH FORWARD ON THE CTH, OF 
SHULY WETH THE GREAT BULK ag our EXHIBITS AND SEVEN On EIGHT ASSISTANTS, 


AQ } HAVE ALREADY WRITTEN AN INVENTORY $ WILL NOT RECAPITULATEs BUT J 


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age, - 31 Boulevard Hausmann, 


ee Paris, June 24th, 1881, 


é 
My dear Mr. Fabbri; 4 
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_ “Some 40 days ago we cabled D.M.C. for the date of 


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your intended departure frotf New York. -~I was desirous that my re- 
ply to-the Bailey eeibie oe whist Mr. Edison gave you a copy, should 
reach you before you Leave and soon after my return to Paris, the 
cold spell has brought mé@ @-severe cold and sore throat, confining 
me at home & mostly in bed, -- I am all right again now and you 
will find enclosed the said reply, cog athe With @ requisite paper 
giving my surmises. as to the motives, which, I think led to those 
accusations, Of this last pap er you may make what ev er use you 
may think prop er, 

I ‘regret exceedingly that I could not more condense 
my reply, there is a vast difference between an accusation and an 
explanation, and my object Mes to relate what fr considered the nec. 
cessary circumstances to enable you and Mr. Edison to judge for 
yourselves, caring nothing for the opinion of the others, -- 

I look forward with much pleasure to your coming; 
and best wishes for a safe and pleasant trip for yourself and Mrs 


Fabbri, who, I take it, will join you.-- I shall be absent from 


Paris for the month of August, intending’ to take the sulphur-wat ers 








at Leuk in Switzerland, which did me a great deal of good (against 
sore throat) last year, 2 
With kind regards also to Mrs Fabbri, in which Mrs 
Harjes and Mr Winthrop join, I am 
Yours. Hiuseray; 


Joh. H. Harjés, 


Your letter of April 2th, I replied to May 10th, 





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EXPOSITION INTERNATIONALE DECEETRICITE 


80U8 LE PATRONAGE DE L’ETAT 
COMMMISSARIAT GENERAL PARIS 1881 | 


Palais dos Ghamps-Elyséos 
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SC MACHINE WORKS, 
104 Goerck Street, 
ORDER FOR WORK. 


The following work is to be done for the Edison Machine Works, 
according to instructions and conditions as to price, quality and time 
of delivery 'y as herein stated. The undersigned accepts the order subject 


[LIST BY CHARLES BATCHELOR] to all the conditions recited, 
Mew Work, ocnnereaneee 188 


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Paris 22nd.August, 1891. 
Mons. le Comte Du Moncel 


7 rue d? Hombourg a Paris 


I have the honor to recall our conversation of the other 
day in which>T expressed to you the desire of Mr. Fdison and of his 


frisnds and representatives to have your co-operation in his el- 


ectrical affairs which are represented in the Electrical Exposition 


at the Palais de 1]? Industrie I have the honor to propose to 

you that you co-operate with the Journal of Electricity which it 

is our intention to establish at an early day and also to aid us 

in the representation we desire to make of the inventions of Mr. 
Edison at the Electric Congress and with your skilfull pen in your ; 
popular scientific press. You have ere entertained all these 
propositions and I propose to make you an allowance for your tro- 
uble a salary of one thousand franes per month in cash for the 

three months of the exposition and to reserve from the puduncse of 
the French syndicate the amount of ten thousand franes when they 
make returns. I beg you also to permit us the use of your name 
whether in #he Administrative Council or as Consulting Electrician 
and moral and practical support compatible with your .position. 

As regards the Electrical Journal as soon as the necessary arrange © 


ents have been made in New York I shall have the honor of writ- 


ing you again on this subject to confirm the conditions, and in the 








[ENCLOSURE (TRANSLATION) ] 


meantime I thank you sincerely for the promise of your assiatance. 
Be kind enough to write me a word saying whether we understand each. 


other on. the foregoing, and please accept my distinguished con- 


sideration. 


J. Bailey. 


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THE WHesTERN OHION SELEGRAPH COMPANY, | 


This Company bela tri arity and DELIVERS poemexes fee ony ‘on conditions, Hmiting its ial biuty, 
whigh havo been assente:! the sent ler ofthe follu wel 
rrors can be gal rented peainatonty b i repeating a ange back to the sending atation for somparieon, 
and ilo Company will not hold itself jinble for errors or ruelaysin transmission or dellvery of Un 
This ime ssago 1s an: UNREPESATED Lav and Js dolivered by request of the sgndor, spas 
the conditions named above. J . 
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pouived at 791 BROADWAY. 









READ THE NOTICE AT THE TOP. 


wr THIS TELEGRAM HAS. JUST BEEN RECEIVED AT THE,OFFICE IN - - 


71 BROADWAY, near Tenth Street, 


WHERE ANY REPLY. _BHOULD BE’ BENT 


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8th Sept, 1881 
My Dear Batchelor 


+ had to go to Michigan to get my wife five days berore your big 
machine was ready for shipment and did not return until the machine was 
shipped. I told Francis to write you a full description as to the 1: ~~ 
x °° we we connect the field magnet, but it appears he wrote you oa des- 
cription of the whole machine, For fear that he might not have put every~ 
thing in I will give you a description myself. 


I must tell you that when you left the first experiment with the big 
machine brought out the fact that it was a problem of great difficulty 
to take off from 600 to 800 lights from a commutator with threo large br 
buushes on each side when the brushes were put on new and at a proper angle 
and the ends ground so that all of them would touch the commutator and 
when six hundred light were put, a few minutes after, the sparking 
acting bad and increased so that at the end of about half an hour we were 
always compelled to stop the machine. Sometimes the heat due to the 
sparking would be so great as to melt the solder and the brushes would 
come to pieces. The following phenomina occured which explained why the 
sparking increased so: The sparks melted the ends of the copper and a 
film of copper got onto each end and conmected to its neighbor so that 
at the expiration of half an hour the crust at each end was practically 
aolid, It had no elasticity and the commutator would also get badly burnt. 
I say I was in a bad hole as it lodked as if it were impossible to take 
off cuch a tremendous current. I then determined to try to investigate 
the subject thoroughly. I took one of the South American machines having 
only a apindle in the bearings and a complete commutator with brushes. 

On the spindle was a pulley which was run by an electric motor so that I 
could vary the speed. I found that with the aommutator standing still 
with new brushes upon which I put very hard pressure and with the commu- 
tator highly polished that there was 1/1000 of an ohm resistance between 
the brushes and the commutator, or half of 1/1000 of an ohm per brush.upon 
Upon rotating the shaft at different speeds I found that the resistance 
increased in proportion to the speed whether I started with a light pres- 
sure or a heavy pressure, viz. that the resistance wasgreater when the 
brushes were on flat than when they were end on. This is of course easy 
to understand because when they were on flat but a small portion of the 
brush is in contact. That is to say the total area of brush contact is 
small,while when they are end on the total area of contact is many times 
greater. Resides: when end on each wire gets current direct from the com-= 
vutor, while of on flat the current is taken off through each layer of 
wires one with tho other. But notwithstanding all experiments the resis- 
tanoe with the most terrible pressure was considerable. I think the 
lowest resistance we could get was 6/1000 of an ohm Now 5/1000 of 

an ohm is not much resistance with a small dynamo with only sixty. 

That is to say it is a small factor of the total resistance but when you 
come to a big machine. it becomes a very important factor, There seems 


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“o Charles Batchelor 8th of Sept., 1881 


to be a physical phenomena between moving surfaces composed of the same 
metal and no amount of pressure or change of form will prevent it. It is 
fixed and definite and the I came to the conclusion that it would 
be impossible to take off such a tremendous current as we require for the 
big machine by means of copper brushes, as copper without the use 
of an impracticably large commutator, I then thought I would try the effect 
of moré-current, I amalgamted the surface of the commutator and the brushes 
Presto!' There came a change! The thing had no resis- 
tance noticeable whether moving or standing still. Upon the next occasion 
that the big machine was ready to start I amalgamted the commutators and 
brushes and when 600 lights were put on no sparking could be seen standing 
a few feet from the machine. Only by looking down between the commutator 
and the brushes could any sparks be detected and these sparks were blue, 
and were due to the effect of the machinery while the sparkes of copper 
woud have been yellow and I then kmew that the problem was 
solved. We ran the vachine for about one hour and a half a few days after- 
werds we started on a a six hours test with 649 lamps'on. The commutators 
gave no trouble whatever up to the fourth hour, when the mercury got worn 
off in phaces and a spark was apparant, but even up to the end of the test 
the sparks were not great. I afterwards experimented and found that the 
following was the best way of renewing the mercury. I took the brushes and 
dipped them for about six seconds in a solution consisting of about fifty 
parts nitrate acid and about fifty parts of water, dipping about 2% inches 
of the brushes in the solution. I then put a lot of mercury in a flat 
dish $perhaps it would be better to use a deep dish) dipped the brushes 
in the mercury for about five seconds then dipped them again in the nitrate 
acid solution for another five seconds, then put them under a running stream 
of water at such an angle that all the acid would be washed out, working 
the ends of the brushes so that the mercury would freely fhow all over them 
but being careful not to got them out of position. I then took hold of 
the brubh with both hands, held it over the mercury dish, and gave it eight 
or ten sharp jerks like the cracking of a whip so as to dislddge the mer~ 
cury. I then lay them on blotting paper for a few minutes to get rid of 
the water turning them over from time to time. You will notice that the 
mercury becomes very black and that the copper when first dipped and then 
taken out looks very dirty and black much gets over it. This is nothing 
but oxide of mercury and when steeped in the acid bath the second time is 
immediately clean. After the brushes are amalgamated several hours 
they get dull, dry, and the mercury becomes oxidized, therefore the brushes 
should be amalgamted only fifteen or twenty minutes before they are put 
into the machine and they should be reamalgamated each time you make a 
fresh run with the machine. We also amalgamite the commutator. Befor 
I left we had not burned off the commutator which had a great many bad 
places in it duo to its use before amalgamation. I told Dean to turn the 
commutator off before shipping machine to you. I amalgamate the commuta~ 
tors in the following manner. Disolve mercury in nitrate acid until the 
acid will soak up no more mercury. Then get a stick and rap around it a 
linen rag so as to form a kind of sugar tit which should be quite hard 
Keep this tit in the sohution and then daub it several times on a second 


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rag so as to rid it of any surplus solution as it only requires to be 
moist. Start the engine slowly, get your commutator clean, then take the 
bag arranged-inhtbhe form of a tit and hold it gently on one spot on the 
commutator during about ten or fifteen turns of the machine. The take it 
off and hold a perfectly clean rag on the same sopt so as to polich it. 
The object of this is to get the acid off as quickly as possible as the 
solution is a acid solution and it is essential that no acid should get 
down to the mica between the bars; therefore it requires that great care 
should be taken that the tit should only have a minumum dampness. By per- 
forming successive operations as above you will soon get the commutator 
fully amalgamated and very shiney. Then you better have a superficial 
amalgamation the brushes may be put on and the machine is ready to 
start. The brushes should be so set that on one side the ends of the brushes 
are exactly in the centre of the insulation between the blocks and the 
brushes on the other side should be exactly in the centre of the block so 
that there will be the same number of blocks on the one side as on the 
other from to brushes and these blocks should be exactly on 
the neutral point which you can ascertain by following up the blocks, then 
the wire up to the bar aver the space between the field magnets. Great 
care should be taken in setting these brushes so that they shall be truly 
end on. If is quite difficult to get them so,as sometimes the lower part 
of the brushe will bear while the upper wires although they may look as 

as if they touch while they really do not so that one side of the brush 
will be right and other not; that is to say not at right angles to the 
commutator, Care should therefore be taken before starting the machine 
to get all the ends as fer as possible to bear truly on the commutator block. 


I do not kmow whether Dean sent you the brushes that I used. I found 
all briashes are liable to spread out at the edges that is to say that some 
of the wires at the edge would get spread out. 1 therefore took a copper 
wire and would it around the brush about an inch or an ich and a half, if 
I remember right, from the edge of the holder so as to keep them together 
and to prevent this load of wire from gradually working dowm towards the 
commutator where it might cause trouble, I connected it to another wire 
the end of which I fastened round the screw which holds the brush:in the 
holder, 


I will now explain to you how to keep up the supply of mercury on the 
commutator. This is important and requires a little judgement. (After 
running a few moments the commntator will look a little dull, therefore 
to prevent this a clean dry rag should be held on the commutator and worked 
back and forth so as to keep it polished. ) 


To replenish mercury on the commutator take a couple of thicknesses 
of extremely fine woven cloth, then pour in some mercury about the size of 
a pea right in the centre of the cloth. Gather the cloth up like a sugar 
tit by twisting it. Then while the machine is running and the lamps are 
on yau can as occasion may require, hold this sugar tit so the speak, with 
the globule of mercury in it on theecommutator and by pressing’ gently the 
mercury will "spray out" through the cloth onto the commutator,. You can 
see by the shine on the commutator the proper degree of pressure necessary, 
While holding it on the dry cloth should be held in advance of the tit 
and worked backwards and forwards so as to spread the meroury. . In this way 


you can reamalgamate the whole surface of the commutator very nicely. 


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To Charles Batchelor Sept. 8, 1881 


About evory five or six minutes the dry cloth should be held on the com- 
mutator so as to polish it and about every twenty or thirty minutes a slight 
amount of fresh mercury should be put on the commutator. You will notice 
when you are running with lights on a little line of sparks on different 
patts of the commutator especially after putting fresh mercury on. When 
these are seen the dry cloth should be held on and it will remove them. 

It is nothing more than a little film of mercury on the surface of the 
wires betweon the bars. Some times when you are putting on mercury by 
means of the tit you may press too hard and too much mercury get out. 

In this case little snappy arcs will form. Although this does no harm 

it is best to put it on very gently. The great thing is to keep plenty of 
mercury on the commutator and keep it very bright. You will find after — 
putting on metalic mercury that a great deal of it is sprayed over on the 
brush holders by centrifugal forces occassioned by the movement of the 
armature but this does not matter. After you are through with the nights 
run the commutator should be wiped very dry ond although I have not tried 
it my impression is that the brushes should be taken out and the ends put 
in water as if the commutator is allowed to stand for a length of time 
with any considerabe amount of mercury on it it gets very had as the mercury 
oxideses to a white solid. I found that when + had eight hundred lights 
on with two brushes on each side they would cerry it with great facility 
therefore it is possible to lift a brush off if you ever have occasion to 
do so to fix anything without any danger and it would be een possible 
(you could?) accurately mark the brushes as to their positdon on the brush 
holder, their angle and other things to reamalgamate a break or take it 
out and fix it and put it back while the machine is running, but of course 
this could not be done without some mark. I should advise you to try this 
while the machine is standing still to seo if the thing can be done with 
safety. 


The bats are wouhd with four thickmesses of parchmont paper each layer 
being fapanned. We found on testing that a half inch spark from the big 
Ritche with a condenser on it would not penetrate this in- 
sulation, but not with standing this insulation and 1/12 inch air space 
bebweon each bar a spark occurred between two bars when wa have 940 lights 
on nuy er 8ould not get it to spark when we had 753 lights on, so you see 
this tendency to spark is a very extradpdinary one and I am sure it is 
just a new (shenanagin) and therefore you should keep it to yourself, Is 
depends entirely on the amount of current passing. 


Now I advise that you do not run regularly with more then 500 or 600 
lights and as you:say a great many half lights can be used this will be 
quite sufficient. For instance you may use 250 full lights and 700 half 
lights. This will be equal to 600 full lights. Then you will be perfectly 
safe. When you make the economical test put on 780 full lights. The 
manhine for this test will be perfectly safe with such a number, But you 
must look out that there are no crosses in your chandeliers or conductors 
as a cross would be equal to 200 or 300 extra lights and this added to the 
600 you ordinarely burn would surely bring out the above referred to phe- 
nominae This sparking which occurs between the bars does no harm so long. 
as the arc does not stick. Every time that it has occurred so far the arc 











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which was formed has been broken by the attraction of the lines of fonce 

at the neutral point and only a few scintillations have been throvm out 

at the ends of the machine but once the arc was not destroyed by the attrac- 
tion of the lines of force it got large and a low resistance short circuit 
of the machine occurred and yanked the bars round in a lovely manner and 
bent them + of an inch out of the true. These arcs which occurred when we 
had 850 lights on were immediately destroyed in the manner set forth and we 
continued to run,even after we had seen these arces, for half an hour with- 
out that occurring again the probably was covered up by the Japan 
running into the 

the arcs are of such a nature that one would think that they are due to 

the wire bands from the armature striking the field magnets. We soon found 
that this was not so. What led to the discovery of the importance of this 
phenomena was this. I had concluded that the spotting was due to conduction 
across the mica between the bats which was the way you remember we first 
conducted them. Then I concluded that air being the 


of the bar from which copper was teken and deposited on the other bar the 
copper being taken over an air space fully /64 of an inch. I then mew 
I had to deal with a static current. I then went to work and had the bars 


Japaned, finding by investigating with a coil that Japan retards 
static sparks. We assembled the machine the bars being heavily Japaned 
but she every time we had three barrels or 600 lights on and I 


found this was due to the fact that the Japan was put on unequally. We 
then took the bars out made them samller and would them as I have stated 
with four thickness of parchment paper. I found that parchment paper is 
the only kind of paper that offers great resistance to the static spark. 
You know that all papers are nothing more than a combination of fibers, 
that the spark goes right through the air spaces between the fibres and the 
paper offers no resistence at all, in fact it travels through the air, 

but if the air space is filled up with any glutinous substance so that it 
must pass through matter then it offers high resistance. Now in parchment 
paper the fibres are all agglutenous the air spaces are (clogged?), hence 
the spark must pass through solid matter hence the great utility of parch- 
ment paper for this purpose. These four layers as the insulation you have 
on the machine and you are quite safe flor 600 lights providing you have no 
eross in the chandeliers. Perhaps you can get along with een four or 
five hundred full lights. It would be better to get along with a smaller 
mumber until the test for economy takes place, then you canpput on 700 
lights. You will notice that we have bored the field out over 17/8 of an 
an inch so there is not the slightest danger about the band touching. 

We were compelled to bore out the field so that we could get sufficient 
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blowere the machine will not over heat itself with 750 lights on. We were 
compelled to pass the air through one end so that it will 60 out at the 
other end as we did not dare to arrange it otherwisw. Hence the end of 
the armature where the air goes in after running many hours would be 
perfectly cold while the end nearest the commutator would be found 
pretty hot especially the tits. But there is no danger enen if the tits 
get so hot that you cannot scarcely hold your hand over. Of course the 
end nearest the commutator is at the disadvantage of having hot air thrown 
against it to cool it, 


You will have to be very careful about that"cross belt", It was the 
and you will have to inspect it well. * do not 

know whether you will need to run this machine every night or only certain 
nights in the week. If every night then after closing and the lights are 
off I should run the machine about half speed with the current altogether 
off so as to reduce the temperature of the aramature. Otherwise it will 
not not be very cool when you start the next night. However do not sup~ 
pose this matters very much as the speed of the blower is such that the 
heat never can rise to a dangerous point, without more than 700 lights 
are put on. Ido not know whether Dean written regording what kind of 
oil he uses, but my impression is the the best tand oil is the thing to 
use. I think I have heard him say so. I shauld only run two or three 
hundred lights at first until you have got your bearings nicely soaking 
You will notice that the has been changed. It pounded so that 
Dean put on a regular connecting rod. + want to tell you that just before 
we were ready to ship this machine the shaft broke off at a point where 
the disc on the engine connects with it. It appears Armington & Sims 
made this shaft of green metal. It was a very lucky accident ch ip might 
have had it occur in Paris. The idea of using a green metal shaft on a 
high speed engine with such a terrible thrust seems <<: - to me. 
In twenty five hours with a big gang of men Dean had a new steel shaft in 
with the machine running. The dynamo then worked so necely and satisfac- 
torily that I told Dean that I would not be satisfied if he did not get 
all the thump out of the engine and I told him to overhaul the engine throu- 
ghly. In this investigation he found that the disc on the engine with which 
the ; rod is connected was cracked{/ He then had to turn off the 
wheel and shrick an iron band on. After this was done the engine started 
and actually the iron band broke it being made of poor iron. He then made 
another band of the best moor iron and that is what you have on it now. 
You will notice that we have lagged the governor pulley so as to get the 
the proper speed to the blower. 


. Now about the electro motive force. There has been some 
very bad miscalculations in connection with this-machine all the way through. 
I had the cheek(!) to connect up the field magnets so as to put more foot 
pounds on it and the result was that with even some exterior resistance, 
two ohms I think, and with a speed of only 320 revolutions we got about 
100 or 110 volts which is more than we needed. Your lamps are 103 volts, 
the loss in your conductors will probably be not more than four volts hence 
107 volts is all you require, About 3 horse power is used on the field 











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‘o Charles Batchelor Sept. 8, 1881 


magnets; the way it was connected when you were here it had but 1/8 of 
a horse power, 


Be careful that no water or oil gets round the blower as it might 
work into it and throw on to the armature, 


The English machine which will be shipped on the 17th of this month 
has 10 Z bars instead of 146 as in your machine and it has one field mag- 
net longer. It is to be insulated with twelve layers of Japanned parch- 
ment paper and the air will be injected in the centre a separation being 
made between the field magnet; it will give 1000 lights. 


I forgot to say that the lamps you have are 140 ohms instead of 
125 ohms resistance. This was Dr. Nichol's mistake. After making about 
30,000 of these lamps every body supposing them to be 125 ohms I got to 
figuring one night and found that if a lamp requires 103 volts with an 
economy of ten per horse power it would have to have more resistance than 
125 ohms or else there must be too many foot pounds on it for a ten per 
horse power economy. I spoke to Upton about it and upon investigation he 
traced it to Dr. Nichols. The Dr. has left us and is now fitting a Profes- 
sor's chair in some provincial college, teaching the young idea how to 
shoot. 


Tell to look out for water in his cylinder and always 
open the drain cocks and get dry steam and heat the cylinder up very slowly 
when first starting; otherwise he will get in trouble like we did here. 


Upon receipt of Bailey's telegram about making lamps in France 
I had Hughes ship you his Barton(?)engine and archimediar pump burner 
and blower which he had rigged up for fruit experiments. These I believe 
have gone forward and I have also instructed Upton to send you fifty 
thousand fibres. He could spare you some cutting moulds but 
I dare not send them as both the drawings machine and cutting moulds are 
patented in France. However with the aid of what we have sent you, you 
can make a very nice little start and I should get a room somewhere in 
the suburbs 25 ft by 30 ft or 40 ft which will be quite sufficient for 
the time being and start the thing as economically as possible, I suppose 
you ought to be able to get such a room as you require for $15, or $20. a 
month. 


You will have to go to some glass blowing place and get your globes 
pot blowers and your tubes drawn from the same pot. Your platina you will 
of course get at Johnson, Mathey and Co. of Hatton Gardens, London. You 
should claim to get it at the same rate at which they supply tit to the 


‘Lamp Co. (we have special rates with them) stating that you require it for 


the Lamp Co.'s use in France, 


If you have trouble about getting nickel we can send you sheet n 
nickel from here, We use plumbago covers in carbonizing that is to say 
the large cover which goes over the nickel forms is made of plumbago. 








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To Charles Batchelor Sept. 8, 1881 


Upton finds that about 2% of his lamps after being put away for 
two or three months loose their vacuum and finds it due to the fact that 
the sealing is not long enough. He has therefore added 1/8 of an inch 
to the length of this platinum so that he squeezes 1/8 of an inch more 
glass on it and he also brings the glass in the inside part up to a more 
"pastey" condition that is to say he gets it very much hotter or better 
fased before he squeezes it onto the wires 


You will probably have a very healthy time in getting cutting mould 
made in France. I should only get a half lamp cutting mould made at first, 


I will write you further if I should have omitted anything. 
Please continue to keep me well posted, 


Yours very sincerely 


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NO JAR OR STIOKING POINTS. 


‘LOVENOO LNIOd-TICHAN ASOTO 


(PATENT APPLIED FOR.) 


Mr. Gzorce Connmye, a New York telegrapher, having long realized the irksomoness of the 
keys in general use, and their tendency, by the severe tension of the nerves, to cause paralysis, 
claims that his new principle, periphery-contact, obviates theso serious evils; the key being abso- 
lutely free from “sticking,” or adherence of points, without jar, and giving a more rapid and 
delicate transmission thanany other. Thedeviceconsistsin tho placing of two wheels ordiscs swing- 
ing one upon tho other, atright angles; ono disc inside the arch of the lever and the other crosswise in 
. the insulated standard. Theelectrical contact is attained on thorimsor tires of these platina discs, in- 
stead of by tho two wire points in general uso for telegraph keys. These said discs are capable of 
a thousand surfaces by adjustment. The wheels are firmly held in place by small sct screws work- : 
ing on tho axlesofthesame. - a : 


ADVANTAGES OLAIMED. 

FIRST.—The least possible contact surface—n mere geometrical point—which producss © 
Perfect electrical connection: The two discs being placed at right angles to each other, tho 
connection between the two is only a needlo point of surface. At the same time the signals aro 
given with great precision and delicacy of stroke. We would here say that the needle point of 
surface has now been decided by many experts to be the scientific explanation for its properties 
288 non-sticking key. Tho infinitessimal surfaco of tho peripherio contact at right angles asa con- 
veyer of electricity, has not hitherto been discerned or adopted till discovered by the inventor of 
this key, 

SECOND.—Oircular surface of the rim: Thus preventing dust from accumulating easily at 
tho point of contact and breaking circuit. : ‘ 

. THIRD.—Adjustability of the electrodes: For, if through any unforseen accident connec- 
tion should be arrested, both wheels, haviug a thousand possible points of contact, can be 
changed in an instant by turning each slightly on its axis to anow and bright surface 

FOURTH.—No lateral motion: The electrodes connect firmly and perfectly, so that the 
trunnion can bo screwed tight without affecting the correct working of tho key. 

FIFTH,—Olose contact: For the same reason the contact can be so regulated, if desired, 
that no lost vertical-motion need be perceptible, thus giving a soft, velvet stroke, . 

SIXTH.—No jar: The system of wheels and axles forms an elastic bed, which, taken in 
connection with the dot-contact and close adjustment, makes it possible to work the key all day 
without any lost motion to fatigue tho hand or try the nerves, 

This key has had unusual tests and has come out of ‘tho trial victorious, It is at 

‘present being worked on the heaviest wires with thorough satisfaction. ‘Wo have received the 
highest testimonials from the profession as to its good qualities, viz., non-sticking, elastic stroke, 
lack of jar, and beauty of construction. 

Ono of the finest operators in the service says: ‘* Too much praise cannot be given to the 
Cumming key. I endorse all that anyone can say in tts favor.” . Another: ‘‘ It is only a question 
of time before its adoption becomes universal,” Another, an inventor and expert, Bays: “ Icon- 
sider the Cumming key far superior to all others, it does not stick,” 

Every operator who has handled the Cumming key pronounces it ‘a treasure” and capable of 
giving tho fastest transmission under tho strongest battery, and any company who has had to pay 
for the many blunders caused by sticking keys can but echo that refrain—a treasuro— if they 
adopt it, Sample key sent post-paid on receipt of price, 


‘GENERAL AGENTS, 
L. G@. TILLOTSON & Cco., 
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN ‘ : 
Telegraph aud Telephone Machinery and Supplies of Every Description 
5 and 7 Dev Street, New Vork, : 
GEORGE cumMIN G, Inventor, 303 Enst 19th St., New York. The instrumont 
is now.on Exhibitlon at the Edison Department: of the Exposition Internationale 
d@’Electricité, Salles 24 ct 26, Palnis de l'Industrie, Paris, . 


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INTERNATT ONAL EXHIBITION OF ELECTRICITY. 
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INCANDESCENT ELECTRIC LAMPS. 


In a previous article we indicated in what case this sys- 





tem of Electric Lighting was specially applicable, and we saw that 
Heneerorih, thanks to important improvements recently introduced, 
it could be employed for the interior of houses, where light of 
feeble intensity is used; we have seen that several castles in 
pagina were lighted in this way, and that a certain number of 
houses in the city of New York had subscribed for the. light fur- 
nished by the Edison Electric Light Company. Since the success~ 
ful introduction of these lamps a great number of systems of the 
same kind have been brought out :by different inventors, and without 
speaking of such well known ones as those of Edison, Swan, Maxim, 
Lane Fox, Sawyer, we know of about fifteen inventions, bearing 
more or less upon the subject. It chereraes seems to us an oppor- 
tune moment to enter into circumstantial details about this method 
of lighting which up to this moment has not excited any great inter- 
est in Europe for various reasons which we have ananenated in dif- 
ferent articles published in this journal at the commencement of 
the year 1880, of which the principal one was the relative con- 


siderable expenditure of motive force to produce a light of given 


intensity, It should be borne in mind that the luminous power of 














an incandescent body. increases in a much greater ratio than the 


calorific intensity; therefore, by the very fact that incandescent 
‘lamps permit a greater division of the electric light, a loss is 
caused by the weakening of the rafliating power resulting from the 
same. Nevertheless the satisfactory results recently obtained force 
us to pass these aystomaot aleetete lighting in series, and we 

will begin naturally enough with that of Mr Edison, which has made 
the most noise in the world and which has attracted attention to 


this manner of lighting by electricity. 


EDISON’S SYSTEM OF ELECTRIC LIGHTING. 

The incandescent system was first represented by lamps 
made from an incandescent platinum wire, and the interesting ex- 
periments made in 1879 by M de Changy should be recollected; but 
the practical workings of this system were not satisfattory, prin- 
cipally because of the disagregation and partial fusion of the 
wires, and in spite of the numerous improvements brought to bear 
on this system by Mn Edison who, by one of the most ingenious of 
processes had rendered them more infusible andvharder, still they 
had to be absolutely rejected at least for ordinary lamps. Then 
it was gnedeuted to employ carbon which if not allowed to burn is 
infusible in the highest heat developed in the lamps, and.differ- 
ent arrangements Of apparatus were put together at various times by 
King Lodyguine, Bouliguine, Swan, Sawyer, etce, some avoiding 
combustion by enclosing the lamps in recepticles where a& vacuum 
had been obtained, others by filling these recepticles with gases 


unfit for combustion, as nytrogen or oxide of. carbon, or simply by 





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leaving the air shut up in the recepticle to be vitiated by an 
incipiant combustion. 

All these attempts had but partially succeeded, to say 
nothing more when in 1879 the new incandescent carbon lamp of Nr 
Edison was announced, ‘and re savants, and myself iA particular, 
sbabese he exactness: of the ellegatedns which came to us from 
America. The carbonized paper horse shoe appeared incapable of 
resisting mechanical shocks, and of supporting ineandescense for 
any lenght of time, At this epoch Mr. Swan himself said that up 
to that time, he had not been able to obtain any very satisfactory 
results by an analagous disposition of the incandescent organ. 

Mr. Edison however was not abashed, and in spite of the 
lively opposition made to his lamps, in spite of the bitter polemic 
of which he was the object, he did not cease to perfect it for prac- 
tical purposes, and has at last produced lamps, wheih we have seen 
at the Exposition and which can be admired by all the world for 
their perfect steadiness. These lamps to the number of 160, 
light the two salens reserved for the discoveries of the ingenious 
american inventor, and we shall see still more important results 
upon the installation of the meee machine, whi ch is expected from 
America. 

As at present made, these lamps are sufficiently solid 
and can last a long time. The originally fragile carbon has be- 
come extremely elastic and hard, and of such attenuation that it 
ean be well compared in re a horse hair. By a cleverly com- 


bined system of fastening the platinum, conducting wires are not 


exposed to be cut, and they are so sealed in the glass receiver 








that their change of volumn under the action of heat does not en- 
danger the perfection of the vacuum, By the wee the carbons are 
treated when the vacuum is made in the globe, the bubbles of ee 
enclosed in their pores and which in escaping digagregate the sur- 
face, are evacuated before closing the lamp, and at the same time 
the filament of carbon acquires a peculiar density and hardness as 
was the case with the platinum wires. To obtain this result the 
carbonized filament must be brought into inecandescense while the 
vacuum is being made. The very nature of the substance of vega~ 
table origin, employed in its fabrication has been modi fied. 
Fibres of bamboo are now used instead of the paper originally em- 
ployed. These are carbonized by a certain process and the suc- 
cessive transformation of these fibres into carbon filaments may 
be followed in several collections to be seen at Mr Edison’s expo- 
sition and which will gratify the curious, and are worthy of 
study. According to Mr Batchelor and Mr 0. A.MOses, co-laborers 
of Mr. Edison and who represent him at the exposition, the resistance 
of these filaments is 125 ohm when brought up to an incandescense 
corresponding to 16 candles, but it can vary according to the lu- 
minous power desired of the lamps, for it can be distributed be~ 
tween two lamps whose filaments are correspondingly more or lags 
long. Their extremities which ate enlarged are pressed in a kind 
of pincer which terminates the platinum conductors and which are 
soldered by an electrolytically deposited copper. Vig. 1. repre- 
sents the actual arrangement of these Lamps. Their duration from 
what I have been assured is long Sasuete however they must wear 


may 
out. Although most of them, have served for 1200 hours, the 











question may be asked whether a lamp capable of deterioration may 
be considered a practical thing, but if it is considered that this 
lamp.: can be furnished for 30 cents, that the adjustment on its sup- 
port cannot be any simpler than it is, which is evident on dnepade 
tion, it is easily seen there is no more trouble to replace one, 
than to renew a broken lamp shade. 

What sopakerutes Mr. Edison’s system is not alone his 
lamps, it is the totality of the arrangements referring to them 
and which have attained such a degree of simplicity that hence- 
forth nothing ere to be desired in practice. Generating mach- 
ines, distribution of circuits, installation, indicating and regu- 
lating apparatus, matres for measuring the amount .of current em- 
ployed, are all combined for immediate application and as we have 
said, this application is about being made in a part of the city 
of New York, when a great number of houses are to be lit by this 
sustes by means of a subterranean distribution from a central sta- 
tion, from whi ch also motive power will be distributed to the 
houses. 

This central station will be provided with twelve steam 
engines of 150 horse power each, actuating dynamo electric mach- 
ines, each of which will be capable to supply it is said, 2, 400 
lamps of 8 candle power. The current furnished to these lamps, 
comes through a branch taken before each house from the large sized 
conductors laid in the:istreets. These deviations bring the poles of 
the generator into each house, where the lamp wires can be brought 


in connection with them, thus rendering each house independent of 











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any other, both for a supply of light and motive power, 

When it is considered that the system of distribution 
adopted by Mr Fdison, the total resistance of the exterior circuit 
is extremely reduced and that with 2400 on, it is only ooo, say 
about 3f¢0 of an ohm, it can be seen, a very feeble resistance 
should be given to the generating machine; so that its first arrange- 
ment has been modified, To begin with the field Magnets. were ar- 
ranged on a derivation taken from the: cgumid batons, putting it into 
the induced circuit as in wheatstones’. & Sieman’s system, “then 
the armature was arranged on Sieman’s principal so that the wire 
consisted of bars of copper, These bars lie close to each other 
around the cylinder which forme the armature, and they generate the 


current. Their extremeties correspond to dises of copper (at right 


_ angles to them) laid one against the other at the ends of the cylin- 


der and insulated from each other, Fach bar is fastened to its 
corresponding discs in such a way as to form a single cireuit enie- 
loping the cylinder tlongitudinally, and which is made perfect 
through the coupled bars two and two.with the commutator blocks 
(made after the gramme’ s pattern. ) Fig. 2 & 3 gives an idea of 
this new arrangement. The center of the cylinder itself is oceu- 
pied outside of the rotating axle by a cylinder of wood which in 
its turn is surrounded by a thick tube made of a series of very 
thin dises of iron, separated from each other by tissue Paper, 
This arrangement facilitates the rapid changes of polarity in the 
plates, This tube is terminated at its two extremities by two 


thick clamping discs which are made to compress the others later- 


‘ally and the copper discs of the working coil occupy the two com- 














partments at the extremities of the cylinder as seen in Fig. 2 


Under such conditions as these, the resistance of the generator is 
’ small and permits of great sub-division of the current in multiple 
ates: nor is there ‘any insulation to be burned and it is even pos- 
sible in case of the deterioration of the bars to renew them easily 
for they are simply screwed against the copper discs corresponding 
‘to them. In the new disposition adopted by Mr Edison, the field 
magriats lie horizontal instead of being placed in the vertical, 

Fig. 4. represents the whold nia alate as now no tuatiy. 
working in the Palais de 1’Industrie, 

We have described the generating machine before complet- 
ing the description of the system of distribution of. the current 
because we ought to speak of the system of control used in making 
the current uniform when its Laauuity has been modified by a vari-~ 
ation in its distribution, that is to says: teGiontne after a vari- 
ation resulting from the unexpected suppression of & certain number 
of lamps in a part of the system, The negessities of this system 
are easily understood, if we consider that this suppression can 
lead to g greater or less naueege in the intensity of the eurrents 
feeding the remining lamps. 

In France several systems have been devised to obtain 
an automatic regulation, but in America it seems, it is preferred 
to effect this by the intermediation of an appropriate controling 
agent. 

In this system in whose general. aprangement we see in 


vig. 5 the current which feeds the lamps. furnishes a deviation 


at the machine bb which enters an electric dynamometer, after hav- 
.. ing gone through a resistance of 85N0 ohns. The electro motive foree 
should be about 110 volts and a difference of onevyolt should 


correspond on the scale of the indicating apparatus, to three divi- 


sions; consequently for each observed increase or intensity a resis- 


tance capable of compensating for it should be introduced into the 
circuit. Mr. Edison has established a circular commutator 8 with 
bobbins of differant resistance which permits of an increase of 
resistance, not in. the lamp circuit, which would lead to a loss of 
work, but in the cireuit of field Magnets, which weakens thair ac- 
tion on the working coil, From the central station also the con-~ 
dition of the current affecting the lamps can be controlled by 
means of a testing photometer which enables us to see how much the 
intensity of the current must be diminished or increased to corres- 
pond to a given luminous intensity, For this purpose the photo- 
meter is mounted on a littJe Yailroad placed in a dark chamber; 
-under and in front of it is placed & scale abi trarily divided ae 
as to indicate immediately the candle power furnished by the cur- 
rent in its normal condition, he left side of Fig. 5 indicates 
the manner 9f arrangement of the testing bench with the explani~ 
tory table at the bottom of the figure, Fig. 6 shows it in pros- 
pective, The manner in which derivations are taken on the princi- 
pal conductors merits special mention, The conductors are compos- 
ed of two rods of copper of hemi-cylindrical form, flat on one side 
and round on the other, which are enveloped in cylinders of tngitad 


ing material, contained in small wrought iron pipes) which are 


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buried under the streets, To take a derivation the cable is laid 
bare at the spot where the branch circuit is to be established, 
The two conducting rods (coming from the main conductors) are cut 
and bent outwards and introduced into a clamp where they are sol- 
dered to the house wires as shown in Fig. 7% but in order that no 
harm can be done by too strong currents one of these communications | 
is made by intercalating a lead wire in the branch circuit shown 
at the bottom of the figure and which by its fusion interrupts the 
circuit, This is what is called in America ateut off;’ and in 
this way it prevents deterioration, The box is then hermetically 
closed and covered with an insulating coating, In the figure the 
orguck wireg are shown double ‘ut it is evident that they could be 
single. 

We said that all arrangements had been made to make the 
system a pepfectly practical one, and of that we will soon be able 
to judge, Let us examine first how the lamp supports and the lamps 
themselves are disposed, As has been seen they are formed of 
glass globes of ovoid form, cemented into copper sleeves by means 
of plaster and screwed into cylindrical cavities, terminating the 
aupports, ‘isa: are a kind of arm which can be adapted to brack-— 
ets or chandeliers or be arranged around the walls, In the last 
ease, the arm as is shown in Fig. 8 carry two articulations A, &B, 
and commutations are made by two plates of the hinges which are 
insulated, and in whose circular part two springs press, seen in 
Fig. 9 &10 Connections of the conductors with the lamp as we 
have indicated above are made by a lead wire (cut off) which may 


melt and interrupt the circuit in case a too great quantity of cur-~ 


want ahantaA a an a « 


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rent should endanger the lamp. 

In these brackets, as in the three branch chandeliers, 
represented in Fig.11. keys have been introduced which allow the 
extinction of the lamps separately or together wtthout causing any 
_spark atf;,the point ae eupeure or any danger of fire. The move- 
ment of the key a as shown in figure 9 breaks the contact by means 
of a donload atopper which terminates the serew of the key, and 
which when separated from the two plates through which the éurpent 
passes when the stopper is in contact with them, breaks the cir- 
cuit at two points and on a surface of sufficient extent to greatly 
diminish the spark at the point of. rupture, 

The lighting of the two salens of Mr Edi son at the Expo- 
sition is done by 16 small chandeliers like the above, two grand 
erystal chandeliers, and 80 brackets. Fig. 12 represents one of 


these chandeliers, 





The effect is very beautiful, the steadiness being so 
complete as could be desired, and if as I have been assured the 
Bites of this kind of illumination is lower, light for light, than 
gas, it may be ebunkdcrea that the problem is on the eve of solution 
for Edison’s system of electric lighting ti placed in the same 
condition as that of gas. He avoids the presence of machines in 
separate houses which always are in the way, and which by their veyy 
nature enue care and management not to be obtained from ordinary 
servants. 


As a compliment to his system, Mr Edison has constructed 


portable chandeliers represented in Fig, 13. and a current regula- 














tor shown in Figures 14 § 15 which permits of reducing the light in 


any desired proportion, It is a carbon rheostat composed of car~ 
bon pencils of different sections which as the current passes 
through one or the other allows any desired intensity, The appa-~ 
ratus is enveloped in a cylindrical cover pierced with holes to 
allow of the escape of heat and surmounted by a lamp which indicate 
to the eye the desired degree of luminacy, It is worked by a 
disc shown Sepé@rated in the lower part of Fig. 14, and which can be 
turned so as to bring a contact spring on any one of: the supports 
of the carbon whose position is indicated by an index and divisions 
piseed on the base of the cylinder. 

But what is most- interesting of all in these accessories 
of Mr. Edison’s system, is the meter which determines the amount 
of electricity consumed by the. lamps, There are two kinds, one 
automatic like a gas meter, the other Bequires weighing. They 
are however both founded on the same principle that is to say, in 
the estimation of work by the weight of copper deposite produced 
by the current used. ~ We will describe these two interesting 
pieces of apparatus hereafter, and give drawings of them; today we 
must be content with only mentioning the principle involved. 

Imagine a balance having at the extremities of the beam 
two cylindrically rolled plates of copper forming two electrodes, 
Let us admit that éneee os systems of electrodes, which plunge 
into two vessels Zilled with a solution of sulphate of copper and 
furnished with tiked electrodes, are traversed in an inverse direc- 
éfon by the current dupreved; and which can cause the balance to 


Operate under a given weight of copper deposited from the solution, 





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It is easily seen that the movement brought about by these condi- 
tions can set in motion a current reverser which can change the 
conditions of the deposite in such a way, that the electrode gover 
ed With copper is transformed into a soluble electrode, white the 
one which was originally in that condition becomes the reducing 
electrode, From this time on, an oscillating motion of the beam 
of the balance is established add mors or less frequently repeated 
according to the ecenaley of the formation of deposite, that is to 
say, according to the intensity of the current.-~-As the same move- 
ment can bring about the passage of a lenised current (taken from 
the total current) across a special’ electro magnet, which commands 
the movement of a counter, it is easily seen, (after the determi- 
nation of the number of Amperes corresponding to the weight of the 
deposite, Which produces the oscillation of the balance) what is 
the quantity of electricity tongumed. 

The eeniteneuon of this idea has necessitated some elec- 
trp magnetic arrangements which we will describe in detail when we 
get the drawings of the apparatus. 

The other system is more simple, consisting of two vol- 
tometers of supphatie of copper whose electrodes can be easily taken 
out and eaieioa: as the work done can be calculated from the weight 
of copper deposited. One of these voltameters is open to the sub- 
seriber, the other is kept closed by the controler, Resistance 
pobbine introduced into the eevetiak corresponding to these resist- 
ances, permits of the employment of grekter or less periods of 
registration. 


A small incandescent lamp placed beneath the apparatus and which 


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can be thrown into circuit, by a simple metallic thermometre pre~ 
vents any danger of freezing in. extremely cold weather, 

There is another application at Wr. Edison’ s light which 
can be seen at his Exposition ina model intended for lighting gal- 
eries on mines, In this arrangement represented in ties 16. the 
lamp is introduced in a glass recepticle filled with water and 
held in suspension, Communication. of the apparatus with the cir- 
cuit is arranged in such Suey that the points of contact are coy- 
ened by water which avoids any danger of explosion in mines infest- 
ed with fire~damp, | 

To give an idea of the apbiieation of Mr Edison’s sys- 
tems, we have represented in the large engraving accompanying this 
article Fig, 17. the interior of a parlor lighted by the small 
chandeliers preViously described. As is seen the electric light 
is projected downward, the best arrangement for reading and writing, 
This method to be -preferred by Mr Edison, but as can be seen above 
described that all ‘styles of illumination can be produced with this 
kind of light, analogous to that:obtained with candles or gas jets: 
it is simply a matter of taste. 

Mr. Edison’s lamps are not alona employed in the two sa- 
lens reserved for him, they are to be found in various places 
throughout the great nave, notably at the exhibitseciof Messrs 
Heilman Ducommun et Stienben lor which we gave a drawing in a 
previous articid “at the exhibit of Messrs Sautter and Lemonnier. 

At these two places the currents are furnished by two Gramme mach- 


ines type A. and each one lights abaut 40 lamps. Now that Mr 








Bdison’s great machine has arrived at the Exposition it will be 
possible to obtain with the incandescent system, illuminations of 
greater magnitude, The landing of the great staircase will be 

lit in this way, It is proposed to accomplish this by means of a 
erystal chandelier of 144 lamps and of others furnished with 25 
lamps each, to be hung from the different panels, and of girandoles 
standing on the 16 pilasters of the staircase. This will produce 
an enchanting effect and a brilliant illumination, I am not quite 
sure that this mixture of arc and incandescent lights is a tapes 
thought. It is evident that the latter destroy the effect of the 
former and might lead one to believe that the luminous intensity 
of the incandescent lamp is less than it really is, Again, the 
difference in the color of the light is so contrasted that many 
persons who reproach the electric for its gastly sees find it too 
red in incandescent lamps, It is evidently an effect of contrast 
for the light of incandescent lamps is:whiter than that of gas jets 
which Nec ere these same people find vane agreeable, If re- 


quired, incandescent lamps can give a dazzling white just as well 


as the others, it is only necessary to employ a ipponnes electrical 
intensity, then they lose their peculiar qualities, that of giving 
a soft light which docs not fatigue the eye and of an easier and 
more complete subdivision, 

It is certainly very difficult to satisfy everybody and 
that many persons hardly know what they do want, above all when the 


effects of contrast momentarily impair the power of judging correct- 


ly, On the other hand there are certain fault-finding spirits: who 





are never satisfied with anything, witness, the author of that in- 
comprehensible article that recently appeared in a certain journal 
who pretneded that '. only discordant sounds and puppet show voices 
sould be heard in the telephones from the opera, The author in 
question who could perpetrate such an enormity must have had his 
ear as sick as his humor, The crowd passing every evening before 
the telephone rooms at the Exposition is the best proff ofthe in- 
anity of such judgements and by this can once move be seen the | 
value of the scientific lucubrations of certain political journals, 

The same thing happens wiht the electric light and quite 
a number of persons who without previous examination and without 
being of the same opinion two days eanseeutively come to us and 
disparage electric lighting. It is certain that new inventions 
have great difficulty in coming to light and.in succeeding, above 
all when they are opposed by rival interests, but when they are 
eauiay good they triumph in time ever all obstacles. 

We would like to give some information about Mn Edison’s 
pew Machines but as they are not yet put up we reserve the des— 
cription for another time, We will &nly say that the steam éngine 


was constructed especially for this application, that it makes no 


noise, and that the dynamo electric machine forms one of its inte- 


gral parts, The field magnets Of this latter mentioned, in place 


of being vertical as in the model represented in Fig, 4 is hori- 
zontal and the dimensions of the machine itself are much larger. 


The Sbeam, engine which works the machine is of peculiar 


construction and the speed of rotation which is communicated to the 


working coil is 350 turns a minute. This is not a very great 



















speed, but the armature is very heavy weighing as we are told, over 
three tons and a half. The ciaauetie field in which it turns is 
formed of three powerful electro magnets united so as to form but 
one at their extremities. In the salen of Mr Edison are a collec- 
tidn of photographs among which may be seen some of the manufac~ 
turies where the enormous amount, of material required in these in- 
stallations is constructed. As we have been assured one of these 
turns out 2000 lamps a day, giving occupation to 150 persons. 

In accompanying drawings and collections can be seen 
methods of glass blowing, the carbonizing of the filaments intend- 
ed for incandescense, the vacuum pumps and the mounting and packing 
of the lamps. The pumps referred to are set in motion by dynamo 
electric machines, 

From all this we see Mr. Edison’s system today is com- 
Pleted, perfectly studied out in all its parts, and that nothing 


more remains to be done but to introduce it on a great scale. 





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+ 2, Interrupteurs-de courant pour maisons 
sta par leulibres, niga; 
. raphe autograpkique. 
4. Supports de lampes portatives. 
5. Lustres ornementés. * 
6. Suctes de lampes. 
~~ 7, Appliques. . £2 A ite test 
+8, Séparateur magnétique des mineraisde fer. 
9. Spécimens de minerais traités par Je 


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:4, Téléphone d’Edison parlent 4’ haute voix. 
50. Téléphono ‘& craio Nour faire’ entendre 

Ja voix devant un public nombreux, 

51. Téléphone musical. 

52, Pile Kdison. _ 

53. Commutateur do station centrale télépho- 
-nique, 7 

‘54, Photographic du chemin defer dectrique 
W'Edison, : q 

55; Télégraphe autographique A impression 

‘_ chimique en lettres romaines, 

56. Télégraphe Morso autographique 4 im- 
Pression. . : 

57. Appareils téléphoniques, 

58. Appareils téléphoniques. 

40. 4élégraphe de quartier. 

80, Télégrapho domestique. 

G1, Electro-dynamométre pour régler Ia ten-. 
sion aux stations centrales, 

63, Galyano-thermométre & miroir. 

83. Télégraphe quadruples. 

64, Porforateur du t légraphe aytomatique . 
4 lettres romaines. ; : 

65. Perforateur du télégraphe automatique 4. 
caractéres Morse. i 

66. ‘Clef du_perforateur -du télégraphe auto- 











edéparateur magnétique, 
10. Lampes de mines. - S 
41. Moteur pour tnachine & coudre, , 
* 42, Tétégraphe Morse autographique & im- 
2 P.ession chimique. . , 
13. Télégraphe autographique & imrpession 
chimiquo en Icttres romaines. 
44. Télégraphe quadruplex. 
15, Moteur électrique appliqué & une pompe. 
46. Moteur électrique appliqué 4 un éventail. 
17, Plans de la 4" station de New-York. ds 
- 438. 'Régalatenr. - : 
“419. Echantillons do: fil & isolement non com- 
: “_ bustible, . : 
20. Echantillons de lampes. 
21, Lampes renversées pour éclairage en 


dessous, : : matique. 
22, Compteur, 7 67, Télégraphe automatique a bandes ré- 
23. Appareil pour mesurer Ja résistance des aufrdes . 


lampes chaudes. 
* 24, Photométro, . . 
25... Appareils pour graduer la force Glectro- 


68, Télégrapho autographique. 
69. Procédés de fabrication des lampos. ~ 


d'Edison. — 
motrice du générateur. : ote ‘ 
26. Appareils pour graduer ja résistance. 0. Proctié.de dobrieation des filaments de. 


27, Calorimétre pour mesurer Yénergie absor- 
> °° bée'par Jes lampes. 
+38. Spécimens de boltes souterraines reufer- 
74, *, mant les branchements de conductenrs. 
29. Boites de maisous particuliéres renfer- 
inant Ies branclienients. 
30. Tubes renfermant: les conducteurs prin- 


71, Spécimens de bambou. : 

72. Spécimens de fibres de I'Amérique du Sud. 

13. Spécimens de filaments en substances 
carbonisées et en graphite. 

. 14, Vérilicateur des: compteurs. ; 

15. Table a copier du téltgraphe chimique 

‘ autographique. ‘ P 

76. Plumo électrique d'Edison et presse & 

: main, 

71, Plume électriqua en fonction, «=~ - 

78. Presse mécanique do la plume électrique. 

79. Table de lecture avec lampe portative. 

. 80, Relais ¢lectro-motographiques. ‘ 

81. Principe de l'électro-motographe. 

82, Timbre a électro-motographo. . 

83. Téléphone duplex. * 


poux. ; 
34. Téléphone microphonique & charbon 
3 "Edison. 

_ 52, Téléphone d'Edison parlant & haute voix 


on ou Loud-speaking. 3 : 
. 35. Poste d'abonné au téléphone, Moddtlo 
oA américain : 

- 34. iéléplouographe, : 7 . 
35. Spécimeits de rubans isolants, cartons, atc, 
36. Imprimeurd’Bdison pour les lignes privées, 


;, 57. Inprimeurd'Edison pour leslignes privées, | °4- Téldgraphe imprimeur des bourses et.- 
+38 Pile a craic. eee gp’ mare a " 
« 50. Résistances liquides, aS: Relais pression, : 

40. Téléphone duplex. a « Relais 4 dépression. 


87. Relais & Mlament.do charbon. 

88. Téléphone 4 entratnement magntto-dlee- 
“_ trique variable (Drag-Téléphone).. - 

89, Collection de boutcilles da Layde & vide. 

00. Micro-tasiméatre. : 

91. Odoroscope. “ 

02.’ Appareils do démonstration de Ja. forco. 

éthériqua. a . 
93. Régulateur, a8 . 
94. Lampes renversécs pour éclairago en 
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05. Interrupteurs automatiques de sireté, ‘1 

96, rege Hrpon F ‘intel ; 

97. Jeu de. lam formant résistance pou! 
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08. .Tubes & vide 


4l. TSsphone répétiteur. . 
* _-42. Appareil pour montrer T'influence des 
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Vintensité des courants dans un circuit 
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43. Phonomoteur, montrant mécaniquoment 
. _ Ios vibrations d'un diophragme. 
* 44. Collection a’ apparcils montrant. lo déve-" 
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.. . acharbon d'Edison, e 
43. Bolte do télégrapho domestique. 
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47. Transmettour micro-tét Phonique d'Edi- - 
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EXPOSITION INTERNATIONALE D'ELECTRICITE 
Salle Edison 





Monsieur, 


Nous avons l‘honneur de vous faire savoir que MM. Ch. BATCHELOR, 
et OTTO A. MOSES, collaborateurs de M. EDISON, feront une Confé- 
rence Je prochain, & 10 heures du matin, dans les salons 
numéros 23 et 24 du Palais de IIndustrie, sur les découvertes et Jes 
inventions de M. EDISON. : 

Cette conférence sera appuyés ds d4monstrations pratiques et d'expé- 
riences & l'aide des apparsils qui sont exposés dans cés deux salons. , 

Nous vous demandons, Monsieur, de nous faire }'honneur dy assister. 

Veuillez agréer l'hommage de notre respectueuse considération, 


Représentants de M. Edison, 
33, Avenue de Opéra. 














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